The way in which the parts of something are arranged or laid out
changing the layout of the ground floor
elaborate HTML layouts
The way in which text or pictures are set out on a page
the layout is uncluttered and the illustrations are helpful
The process of setting out material on a page or in a work
doing layout for newspapers and magazines
A thing arranged or set out in a particular way
a model railroad layout
A position in which the body is extended, the head upright, the legs held straight and together, and the arms held out to the sides
a plan or design of something that is laid out
the act of laying out (as by making plans for something)
In computing, layout is the process of calculating the position of objects in space subject to various constraints. This functionality can be part of an application or packaged as a reusable component or library. Web browser engines are sometimes called layout engines.
Marking out or layout is the process of transferring a design or pattern to a workpiece, as the first step in the manufacturing process. ...
A computer programming language is said to adhere to the off-side rule if the scope of declarations (a block) in that language is expressed by their indentation. The term and the idea are attributed to Peter J. Landin, and the term can be seen as a pun on the offside law of football (soccer).
A structured arrangement of items within certain limits; A plan for such arrangement; The act of laying out something; The process of arranging editorial content, advertising, graphics and other information to fit within certain constraints; A map or a drawing of a construction site showing ...
(Layouts) (Action Alerts only) Enabled from the Design Alert process page, these are the four custom layouts that administrators can select to position core elements of the Take Action page: Description, Contact fields, Message body, and Targets.
(Layouts) Default - Old Style - No Layout - Set Color
(Layouts) Documents describing the precise layout of a print or prints on a sheet of paper. The layout indicates both the exact size of the prints and the amount of white space around each print.
(Layouts) Individual responsible for working out the action before filming begins, including where the characters should be, and the camera angles.
(Layouts) Preliminary sketches, showing the rough composition of each page and usually done in pencil. See storyboard.
(Layouts) Professionally created design templates used to create custom Easy Prints® transfers.
(Layouts) The way images and/or text are set out on a page
A sample of the original providing (showing) position of printed work (direction, instructions) needed and desired.
A rendition that shows the placement of all the elements, roughs, thumbnails etc., of the final printed piece before it goes to print.
(1) Transferring drawing or sketch dimensions to templates or dies for use in sinking dies. (2) A detailed inspection operation in which significant dimensions of a forging are checked against blueprint specifications.
the final composed pages Lead or leading Space added between lines of type to space out text and provide visual separation of the lines. Measured in points or fractions therof. Named after the strips of lead which used to be inserted between lines of metal type.
A drawing that indicates the relative positions of the elements (e.g., headline, photo, logo, body copy, etc.) of an ad.
The way buildings, routes and open spaces are placed or laid out on the ground in relation to each other.
defining space for a specific purpose; prior arrangement of design to be implemented
The surface of the craps table. The layout shows all areas in which a wager can be placed.
Also known as a spread, these terms refer to how cards are "laid out" or "spread out" for a reading. Cards are typically pulled from the deck individually and laid on a table. The order and meaning of placement is predetermined by the Tarot reader. ...
The manner in which the holes are placed on the golf course when designed.
This is another word for a tarot card spread.
Draft of an artwork, which shows the position, size, colour and other details for a final design.