tombstoning

Czech translation: slévání titulků

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English term or phrase:tombstoning
Czech translation:slévání titulků

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17:46 Oct 19, 2009
English to Czech translations [PRO]
Journalism
Additional field(s): Media / Multimedia, Printing & Publishing
English term or phrase: tombstoning
Definition from John E. McIntyre:
In page layout, to put articles side by side so that the headlines are adjacent. The phenomenon is also referred to as bumping heads.

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slévání titulků
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Nežádoucí stav, kdy se titulky dvou článků dotýkají nebo částečně překrývají...
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slévání titulků


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Nežádoucí stav, kdy se titulky dvou článků dotýkají nebo částečně překrývají...

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