A page is one side of a leaf of paper. Paper is thin material mainly used for writing upon printing upon or packaging It can be used as a measurement of documenting or recording quantity ("that topic covers twelve pages"). A document (noun is a bounded physical representation of body of Information designed with the capacity (and usually intent to Communicate.
In a book, the page on the left side is called the verso page and the page on the right side is called the recto page. The verso and the recto (the facing pages) together form what is referred to as a spread. In page layout and typography a spread (often redundantly called a two-page spread) is the unit formed by two adjacent facing pages in a Magazine or other
The first page of an English-language book is typically a recto page, and the reader flips the pages from right to left. In right-to-left languages (Arabic, Hebrew, and Persian, plus Chinese and Japanese when written vertically), the first page is verso and the reader flips the pages from left to right. Arabic (ar الْعَرَبيّة (informally ar عَرَبيْ) in terms of the number of speakers is the largest living member of the Semitic language is a language spoken by over 130 million people in Japan and in Japanese emigrant communities
The process of placing the various text and graphical elements on the page in a visually organized way is called page layout, and the relative lightness or darkness of the page is referred to as its colour. Page layout is the part of Graphic design that deals in the arrangement and style treatment of elements (content on a page In Typography, type color refers to the weight or boldness of a Typeface and is used by designers and typographers to describe the visual tone of a mass of text on
In book typography, a “typical page” refers to a master design of a page, designed by the graphic designer or the typographer of a book, that illustrates how similar pages in the same book can achieve a level of visual consistency. Typography is the art and techniques of arranging type, Type design, and modifying type Glyphs Type glyphs are created and modified using a variety A graphic designer (also known as a graphic artist and communication designer) is a professional within the Graphic design and Graphic arts industry Typography is the art and techniques of arranging type, Type design, and modifying type Glyphs Type glyphs are created and modified using a variety To help maintain the desired consistency, the typical page may employ a grid system. A typographic grid is a two-dimensional structure made up of a series of intersecting vertical and horizontal axes used to structure content
In a modern book, a page may contain a header and a footer. A page header or simply header in Typography is that material which is separated from the main body of text and appears at the top of a printed page. A page footer or simply footer in Typography is that material which is separated from the main body of text and appears at the bottom of a printed page. Pages may or may not be numbered, but most pages usually are.
The pages appearing before the main text of a book (including the title page, preface, table of contents, etc. ) are collectively called the front matter and those appearing after the main text (appendices, colophon, etc. Book design is the art of incorporating the content style, format, Design, and sequence of the various components of a Book into a coherent A colophon in publishing can refer to A brief description usually located at the end of a book describing production notes relevant to the edition A printer's ), the back matter. Book design is the art of incorporating the content style, format, Design, and sequence of the various components of a Book into a coherent Placement of the copyright page varies between different typographic traditions: in English-language books it belongs to the front matter; however, in Chinese and Japanese, the copyright page is part of the back matter.
In English-language typography, the size of a page is traditionally measured in a unit called the pica. This page is for the unit of measure For the eating disorder see Pica (disorder.
In library science, the number of pages in a book forms part of its physical description, coded in subfield 300$a in MARC 21 and in subfield 215$a in UNIMARC. Library science is an Interdisciplinary Science incorporating the Humanities, Law and Applied science to study topics related to MARC is an acronym used in the field of library science that stands for '''MA'''chine-'''R'''eadable '''C'''ataloging. This description consists of the number of pages (or a list of such numberings separated by commas, if the book contains separately-numbered sections), followed by the abbreviation “p. For the HTML tag see HTML element. An abbreviation (from Latin brevis "short" ” for “page(s)”. The number of pages is written in the same style (Arabic or Roman numerals, uppercase or lowercase, etc. The arabic numerals (often capitalized are the ten Digits (0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 which—along with the system Roman numerals are a Numeral system originating in ancient Rome, adapted from Etruscan numerals. Capital letters or majuscules pronunciation /məˈdʒʌskyuls ˈmædʒəˌskyuls/ in the Roman alphabet A, B, C, D, Lower case (also lower-case or lowercase) minuscule, or small letters are the smaller form of letters as opposed to upper ) as the numbering in each section. Unnumbered pages are not described.
describes a book with two sections, where section one contains 11 pages numbered using uppercase Roman numerals, and section two contains 2050 pages numbered using Arabic numerals; the total number of pages is thus 2061 pages, plus any unnumbered pages.
If the book contains too many separately-numbered sections, too many unnumbered pages, or only unnumbered pages, the librarian may choose to describe the book as just “1 v. A librarian is an information Professional trained in Library and information science, which is the organization and management of information services or materials ” (one volume) when doing original cataloguing.
In word processors and spreadsheets, the process of dividing a document into actual pages of paper is called pagination. A spreadsheet is a Computer application that simulates a paper worksheet Pagination is the system by which the information on a Newspaper, Bookpage Manuscript, or otherwise handwritten printed or displayed document is laid out Printing a large page on multiple small pages of paper is sometimes called tiling.
In early computing, computer output typically consists of monospaced text neatly arranged in equal number of columns and rows on each printed page. Such pages are typically printed using line printers (or, in the case of personal computers, character (usually dot matrix) printers) that accepts a simple code such as ASCII, and the end of a printed page can be indicated by a control character called the form feed. The line printer is a form of high speed impact printer in which one line of type is printed at a time A dot matrix printer or impact matrix printer refers to a type of Computer printer with a print head that runs back and forth on the page and prints by impact striking American Standard Code for Information Interchange ( ASCII) In Computing and Telecommunication, a control character or non-printing character is a Code point (a Number) in a A page break is a marker in an electronic Document, which tells the document interpreter that the contents which follows is part of a new page
Page printers, printers that print one page at a time, typically accept page description languages. A page printer is a type of Computer printer that prints on cut sheet Paper. A page description language (PDL is a language that describes the appearance of a printed page in a higher level than an actual output Bitmap. In the PostScript page description language, the page being described is printed using the “showpage'’ operator. PostScript ( PS) is a dynamically typed concatenative Programming language created by John Warnock and Charles Geschke in 1982 Programming languages generally support a set of operators that are similar to operators in mathematics.