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Posted Sunday, December 26, 2004
There are a number of ways you can easily enhance the appearance of your article. (If you are no longer still logged into JAM admin, log in again (jam.org.au/bmadmin) and click on your article's title to open its form.
this is a pullquote
Add one or more pullquotes
Underneath the Publication Date there is a box where you can enter a brief description which will appear in certain locations alongside a link to your article and below the heading in the article itself. I will type ‘An introduction to Loosely Woven’.
In the case of 'event' articles, this is a good place to put the date. See this example.
In most cases you should provide information about the article’s author. If you include an email address, the author’s name will be a link to a form which a reader can use to send the author a message. Please Note: For privacy reasons, the author’s email address is not revealed on JAM in any way. Therefore, you do not need to worry about attracting spammers!
Similarly, you can also turn names within your article into email links which will automatically create an addressed email message for the reader when clicked.
N.B. Email addresses provided in this way are not protected from spam farming in the same way that the author's email address is (see above).
Click on the Display Preferences button if you would like to control where links to your article are automatically placed by Big Medium.
Don’t forget to take advantage of Big Medium’s built-in Help information.
Click here to see what the 'enhanced' version of my article looks like. Use your browser's back arrow to return to here.
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