Theme Panel option to add buttons in main menu new: Theme Panel option to add extra information on the top menu or sub-footer like phone number or email address new: Theme Panel option to make a bordered website like in this demo new: Main Menu sticky colors from the Theme Panel fix: Updated Visual Composer to the latest version improvement: Compatibility with WordPress 4.
Weather forecast Version 8. Weather Widget Version 8. Updated Revolution Slider to the latest version fix: XSS Security issue Version 8. We updated the Visual Composer to the latest version. If you are still using this pagebuilder, please update it. Added custom style and support for WordPress 4. The theme now loads the BBpress style only when the plugin is active misc: The List menu block now works with submenues misc: Instagram IDs now work with or without fix: Photography demo style fixes fix: Post gallery shadow on image popup fix: Art Creek demo transitions on module thumbs fix: Art Creek demo installer issues fix: Lifestyle demo import issues fix: Fitness Blog import links fix: Column Text Block title fix: Imagebox Block bugs fix: Gadgets and Sound Radar demos popup bug fix: Tech demo preview image fix: Adspots load wrong spotID in tagDiv Composer fix: Various typos in our theme panel fix: Small issue with the full width headers with logos fix: Big Grid Slider Block parameters fix: Wedding demo fonts issue fix: Business demo better text aligment fix: We finely tuned all the demos to look and feel perfect.
The first pagebuilder ever created for blogs, news and magazine websites is now ready to transform your website. Watch the video new: Lifestyle Magazine Demo new: Craft Ideas Demo new: Business Magazine Demo new: Book Club Demo new: Architecture Blog Demo new: Retro Wave Demo new: Fitness Blog Demo new: Voice Report Demo new: Art Creek Demo new: Sound Radar Demo new: Church Mag Demo new: Old Fashioned Demo new: Photo Folio Demo new: All of the post Grids now support full width misc: We revised all the block headers and we added multiple new options for them misc: We redesigned all the older demos and gave them a modern look, improving every aspect of the demos misc: Background ad click issues fix: Password field on mobile phones alignment issues fix: WooCommerce issues The list of modified files Version 7.
Huge improvement with the spacing of elements and the grid. We completely rewrote the grid system to allow easier full width rows and headers. Expect more full width options soon new: Speed Booster plugin version. Please update it if you use it. Pinterest block and widget. Show your Pinterest boards in style with this new block. Please note that this block is in testing phase. Added a lot of options for colors on menu new: Before this update, the modal window was trying to open the external link fix: Instagram images aligment issues fix: The global block template will also affect the way comments, related posts and widgets look and feel.
The theme will only load the needed font weights and styles from now on misc: Author Box is added as a widget now misc: The Header Style section from Theme Panel was redesigned with icons to be more user friendly misc: This structure enables readers to stop reading at any point and still come away with the essence of a story.
It allows people to explore a topic to only the depth that their curiosity takes them, and without the imposition of details or nuances that they could consider irrelevant, but still making that information available to more interested readers. The inverted pyramid structure also enables articles to be trimmed to any arbitrary length during layout, to fit in the space available. Writers are often admonished "Don't bury the lead!
Some writers start their stories with the " lead", yet there are many kinds of lead available. This format invariably starts with a "Five Ws" opening paragraph as described above , followed by an indirect quote that serves to support a major element of the first paragraph, and then a direct quote to support the indirect quote.
News stories are not the only type of material that appear in newspapers and magazines. Longer articles, such as magazine cover articles and the pieces that lead the inside sections of a newspaper, are known as features. Feature stories differ from straight news in several ways. Foremost is the absence of a straight-news lead, most of the time. Instead of offering the essence of a story up front, feature writers may attempt to lure readers in. While straight news stories always stay in third person point of view, it is common for a feature article to slip into first person.
The journalist often details interactions with interview subjects, making the piece more personal. A feature's first paragraphs often relate an intriguing moment or event, as in an "anecdotal lead". From the particulars of a person or episode, its view quickly broadens to generalities about the story's subject. The section that signals what a feature is about is called the nut graph or billboard.
Billboards appear as the third or fourth paragraph from the top, and may be up to two paragraphs long. Unlike a lead, a billboard rarely gives everything away. It reflects the fact that feature writers aim to hold their readers' attention to the end, which requires engendering curiosity and offering a "payoff.
Feature writers use the active-verb construction and concrete explanations of straight news but often put more personality in their prose. There are broadly similar formats in other cultures, with some characteristics particular to individual countries. Written Japanese in general, and news writing in particular, places a strong emphasis on brevity, and features heavy use of Sino-Japanese vocabulary and omission of grammar that would be used in speech.
Most frequently, two-character kanji compounds are used to concisely express concepts that would otherwise require a lengthy clause if using spoken language. Nominalization is also common, often compacting a phrase into a string of kanji. Abbreviations are also frequent, reducing a term or kanji compound to just initial characters as in acronyms in alphabetic writing systems ; these abbreviated terms might not be used in spoken language, but are understandable from looking at the characters in context.
Furthermore, headlines are written in telegram style , yielding clipped phrases that are not grammatical sentences. Larger articles, especially front-page articles, also often have a one-paragraph summary at the beginning. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. It has been suggested that Journalese and Headlinese be merged into this article. Discuss Proposed since September The Broadcast Journalism Handbook: It's a common practice to apply CSS to a page that styles elements such that they are consistent across all browsers.
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News style, journalistic style, or news-writing style is the prose style used for news reporting in media such as newspapers, radio and television. News style encompasses not only vocabulary and sentence structure, but also the way in which stories present the information in terms of relative importance, tone, and intended audience.
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