Monday, 5 October 2009

conventions of a contents page

A contents page includes an eye catching visual image or images related to the articles within. Page numbers are next to the subheadings so the reader can find the article quickly.
Subheadings are normally under the main heading in most cases, the subheadings in this magazine are a different colour to the main headings.
The mainheadings in this magazine are a different colour to stand out from the rest of the headings.
E-mail adresses are often included in magazines, so that the reader can contact the makers of the magazine to write complaints or reviews.
The contents page works like a map of the magazine and features.
Unlike the cover the contents page is designed to deliver information, not to be eyecatching therefore it needs to be accurate.

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