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The complete name of a type family member, typically containing the name of the publisher, family, weight, posture and width.
How easily words and blocks of words can be read.
White space which frames the elements in a page layout.
The path of a viewer's eye.
Lines of type which do not appear to follow a strict justified or right, left or centered alignment.
Lines of type which are aligned to a left margin and ragged on the right.
Lines of type which align to right margin and are ragged on the left.
Lines of type which are aligned along a central axis.
Lines of type which are spaced to align along both a left and a right margin, creating a block.
The term for two facing pages.
In a layout, a defined block of space that contains type or image. Columns are bordered by margins.
The organization of elements according to importance. In typography, hierarchy is achieved by placement, size, color or style.
In a layout, a main heading above a block of text.
In a page layout, a heading smaller and of lesser importance than a headline.
In page layout, lines of descriptive text positioned under a graphic or photograph.