Traducción de subheading en Español:

subheading

subtítulo, n.

(subhead)

Pronunciación /ˈsʌbhɛdɪŋ//ˈsəbˌhɛdɪŋ/

nombre

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    subtítulo masculino
    • Do break up the copy into small, easy to read portions by using headings, subheadings and lists to break up the copy.
    • Because reporters rarely write their own headlines and subheads, and all the trend-mongering takes place in the subhead of Hellmich's piece, we excuse her from any misconduct.
    • We recommend using an easy-to-read font for the majority of your text, but fancy fonts can be used for headings and subheadings.
    • Hunter was close to a genius at headlines and subheads for his pieces.
    • The subhead and photo caption announce a clear, succinct thesis, one that gets followed through in detail for the next few dozen pages.
    • The paper ran the piece under a subhead stating that ‘economic meltdown will require temporary nationalization of the country's banks.’
    • John wrote the headline, the subheads, and the captions.
    • More times than not, he deletes the subheads for the finished piece.
    • Does your magazine like to use multiple, overlapping puns in their subheads that signal irreverence and a willingness to make nice to celebrities and their handlers?
    • Writing headlines and subheads is not as dull as it sounds.
    • Add popular keyword phrases in your article - When writing your article, make sure to include popular keyword phrases in your headline, subheads and summary of your article.
    • Instead of relying strictly on fancy graphics and animations, which often just slow surfers down, you should use meaningful headlines, subheads, and menus and other links.
    • Self also neglects to provide headings or subheads on the grounds that these were coined by sub-editors and were therefore not worthy of inclusion.
    • Crossheads, or subheads as he calls them, aren't stuck into stories quixotically, nor are they really designed to be read as important parts of the copy.
    • Scan reading should be facilitated by using headings, subheadings, lists and paragraphs.
    • The text bubbles with bullet points, subheads and one paragraph sections.
    • Content is then broken up by clear and useful topic headings and subheadings, and each chapter ends with an excellent summary.
    • The narrative form of headings and subheadings within each chapter provides an instant summary of the content, enabling a student to rapidly locate specific sections of interest.
    • It also can help if the headings and subheadings of your site use keyword phrases that Web searchers might use when doing a Web search.
    • All pages should have clear headings, subheads, and short paragraphs.