article Designing an article that looks good when you’re struggling can be hard.
We all know how that goes: If you put a banner over an article, it’ll look good and if you put one on a website, it won’t.
But there’s a simple trick that can make all the difference.
If you’re reading this article, you probably have some issues with your reading habits.
You’re reading too much, or too many things, at once, or you’re getting distracted by all the stuff you don’t want to read.
It’s not a bad thing to be, and you should be able to find ways to make your reading experience better.
But sometimes, it’s the best way to do it.
Here are some tricks you can use to make reading a little easier.1.
Make it easier to read in a way that’s natural.
When you read an article or post on Facebook, you may think you’re going to read it all at once.
Or you may be reading a few pages at a time.
Or, perhaps you’re just reading it all while taking in a few minutes of your day.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
If you’re a busy person, it may be more helpful to just have a few paragraphs at a stretch, with the goal of reading that one paragraph.
This will help you absorb everything you need to read while still being able to take in what’s on your mind.2.
Use a headline to emphasize the important information.
A headline is like a bullet point that indicates the importance of a certain aspect of the article.
For example, if you want to know what type of car you can buy, write the words, “Get me the best car available for under $30,000,” and then follow up with the car you want.
You can do this by simply putting the title in italics or underline it, or by adding a bolded “**” at the end.3.
Use text that’s bold, but readable.
The bolding is a great way to show your readers that the text is important, and to encourage them to read on.
If it’s hard to read, use bold type on the body of the text, which will make it easier for the reader to read and remember what you’re talking about.4.
Put a line break on every other line to make sure it doesn “break up” the text.
Line breaks are used to separate words or paragraphs, so you’ll notice that some text is more readable when you use them.5.
Don’t put your main headline on the top or bottom of the page.
If your main title is on the bottom, it will just distract the reader from the main story.
So if you’ve got a “news” headline and you want the main headline to be on the left or right of the story, put it on the right.
Or put it in the middle of the main text to emphasize that the main content is on top of the news.
The trick with this kind of design is that you can choose how to position your main headlines, but you can’t do that if your headline is placed above or below the text that you’re writing about.
If the headline is on either the right or left of the content, the reader will have trouble reading.
You want to put the headline on top, so that the reader can read it.
This isn’t a problem if you have a good layout or if you’re planning to add new content.
But when you want a main headline that’s easily read, like a news headline, you can get away with just using an inline link.
The main headline will have a nice solid shape that you’ll want to use to draw the reader’s attention to the main message.
It also doesn’t interfere with the reader reading the text on top.
Here’s how to do this.
First, add the headline to your page.
The headline should be a solid, bold, italic, or underlined line that reads, “Read on.”
Then, add another line of text that reads “Link to more news.”
(You can also use an inline image.)
Then, use the text in bold type to make the text bold and readable.
That text will be placed on the “top” of the body or the right side of the footer.
(You could use an image to do the same thing.)
This will give you a more consistent look for your article.
The next time you need your headline, put the main body of your article on top and the text you’re about to write on the other side.
The good news is that this trick is easy to apply to almost any type of content.
And once you’ve mastered this, it should become second nature.
I like to use this technique with my blog posts, and I like it when people tell me that their content is too boring to read unless it’s placed above