Tuesday, December 2, 2014


The sentence describing the story. Maybe two sentences. No more than that.
I really don’t want a lot here.

Headline for the main story

By Your Name

            Then do a lead that is not a repeat of the paragraph on the layer one page. Assume the reader did not read the paragraph on the layer one page.
            Asdf;ksdal; f’ksasl f;sa;f sad/

Alsdkf ;’sa sl;af ks;ad lf

            After three or four graphs, put in a subhead.

Subhead one

            Then keep going with the story. If you refer to the sidebar topic, underline it and parentheses the headline for the sidebar as if it were a link (headline of sidebar). If you refer to your external link be sure to put it in parentheses also (www.externallink.com).
Insert your graphic (picture) where appropriate and don’t forget to say in the caption who took the picture. If it’s not immediately clear or obvious what the picture is or who the picture is of, put the person’s name or a brief description of the scene in the caption as well. You could also post your graphic in a separate post. If you do that, be sure to put a headline on the graphic post and link that headline on the homepage. (see below)
Carolyn S. Carlson (Photo by Jake McNeill)

            Slakdf ;’sakf sdl;a k’sa

Asdlf k’asdl;fk as;dflksa

            As;dlfk sa’dfl; k;sal f

Adsl;fk s’adl;f ka;sdlf

            As;ldfk ‘sal;df ks’dl;a

Asdfl;k s’adl;fk s;dlf ka

            Sa;ldf k’asl;df ksdl;a

A;sldfk ‘sdl;ak f;’dl fk;

Subhead two
            Asdfk ;sadfk a;sl fasd; ;fsda

Asdflk;’asdf lk;’asdf lk;sadf

Headline for sidebar one

Assume that your reader did not read the main story. Reintroduce your interviewees. Tell them again the main topic. And make sure you have a nut graph that tells them the point of the sidebar.
            Your sidebar should be about 200-300 words long. One page or a page and a half is plenty.
            Asdf kl;’ asd fl;ka;’sldf