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above the fold

The part of a webpage visible to a visitor without scrolling down.
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The new face of B2Brazil presents an "above-the-fold" "Welcome Banner" that informs users about the services and benefits as well as about easy-to-use tools for buyers and sellers to connect online.
engagement, viewability, above-the-fold placement and dwell time.
Those are all good entries but the following 10 films are truly above-the-fold. (Rest assured, if we were counting TV news, Michael Mann's "The Insider," Sidney Lumet's "Network," James L.
The page one, above-the-fold article in the August 1 News of the Bar's nonstop "diversity and inclusion" propaganda pieces included a pull quote in the establishment's perpetual push to go beyond equal opportunity and realize equal results so that the demographics of private law firms and membership in the Bar is on par with what the state "looks like."
Despite the issue's vast appeal to CALinnovates, economic analysis applied to regulatory proceedings isn't front-page, above-the-fold news that graces the Sunday edition of The New York Times.
The third uses a layout where the above-the-fold portion of the page includes an interstitial that needs to be dismissed, but the main content is beneath the fold.
We recommend what we call a "high-level call to action" or an "above-the-fold call to action."
High-project, above-the-fold and iconic best describe this one-of-a-kind project that will occupy 44 hectares of land.
It offers fraud-free, above-the-fold placement with both guaranteed and non-guaranteed audience buys across multiple premium publishers.
But it also repeats the pitiable fate of those above-the-fold stories: discarded one day past relevance, the paper on the pedestal must continually give way to time: another day, another yesterday.
* Digital ad placement (e.g., frequency caps, inappropriate content, share of voice, above-the-fold)
The Wall Street Journal devoted all of its above-the-fold lead editorial space Monday to a criticism of an idea vetted by the Dodd-Frank-created Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) that would expand the definition of systemically important financial institutions to include asset managers.