jump page


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jump page

A web page that used to redirect visitors when a website’s URL has changed.
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It's not good enough that the opposing view is represented in the final inches of a story, buried deep into the jump page.
"Some newspapers have a one-word jump on the jump page, but we decided that what we would do is give readers another entry point to a story.
It's not until the eleventh paragraph, which doesn't appear until the jump page, that the reader is given any idea that the administration is granting the waivers to provide flexibility and persuade states to adopt its Race to the Top program--though the words "Race to the Top" never appear in the article, and the program is only briefly explained in two of its twenty-nine-paragraphs.
A second chart, on the jump page, more clearly depicted the 2008 figures, with cities and their associated average home values identified on a map of the United States.
The Times and the Hartford Courant unknowingly selected the altered image for the next day's front page while the Chicago Tribune ran it prominently on a jump page.
Just be sure that once someone gets into your envelope or clicks through to your jump page he or she won't be surprised to discover what your offer is really about.
Apartment hunters who use Apartments.com to find rental properties in New York City will now be offered the option of linking to a co-branded jump page that will provide access to MLX.com's highly acclaimed apartment search service.
"The verdict itself," French notes, "was revealed on the third jump page, in the 112th paragraph." Two readers complained, but hundreds of others lauded the unusual coverage.
"We don't have a coherent, across-the-board policy." The second story, published last September, reported on a New England Journal of Medicine study that found gaining as little as 11 to 18 pounds was associated with a higher risk of heart disease - or, as the headline on the jump page put it, "Even Moderate Weight Gains Can Be Deadly." The study attributed 300,000 deaths a year to obesity, including a third of cancer deaths and most deaths from cardiovascular disease.
Every story, ad, crossword puzzle and cartoon is presented in its original context in the paper, with both full graphics or text-only viewing options, interactive tables of contents, cross-title searching, e-mail sharing, and clickable elements such as URLs, telephone numbers, email addresses and story jump page links.
This gave me another jump page, where I clicked at the bottom of the screen on Backgrounds.