Alignment where each line of text is adjusted to exactly fill the column width, resulting in straight margins on both edges. See alignment
Format which is wider than it is tall; said of pictures or (more rarely) whole publications
A design for a page or feature
Line spacing measured in points. Pronounced 'ledding' not 'leeding'.
(1) a leading article
(2) a row of dots, as between an item title and page number in a contents list (also leader line)
The column in a newspaper which presents the paper's view on the biggest current story
(US) a leading article, or the start of any article
Advertising leaflets inserted into a publication after binding. Loose inserts are adored by ad sales departments because they generate revenue without taking up any ad pages in the magazine.
Grammatical or spelling error.
Printing process used for magazines.
(1) The magazine logo.
(2) A more formal name for flannel panel.
The line length of a piece of text. Long measures are harder to read, and generally need more leading to be legible.
(US) A paragraph (or graph) near the top of a news story explaining why the story is important
Outside back cover.
Outside front cover.
A single line of a paragraph at the top or bottom of a column.