Recent Examples of subhead from the Web
Nine of them included it in the body of the article, but two — the Los Angeles Times and the Minnesota Star Tribune — used the word itself in a subhead.
The story ran above-the-fold (that is, in the top half of the page) but that a vulgar comment had been made was only mentioned in a subhead (the smaller sized headlines on the page).
The thrust of his argument can be found in the subhead: As reflexive support for the president redefines their movement, most conservative commentators have caved to pressure, following along.
Changes — this is my subhead Here is an edit for NG3.
Subheads detailed new service levels on the rails, changes to bus schedules and fare increases, all of which riders have particularly bemoaned given three major service disruptions over four days.
In a regular article, subheads are important so people can easily search for a topic.
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