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  • With one tap, users can change from a one-column format to two columns.

    Apple unveils $499 iPad tablet

  • In the old days I'd say it was driven by the demands of one-column headline writing.

    'Oil spill'

  • According to data from ShadowsStats. com, if all the changes since 1983 were undone, newspapers would be sporting banner headlines about 12% inflation, instead of one-column, below-the-fold items reporting 4% annual CPI growth.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • Four hundred and fifty-two words ran in a one-column slot at the bottom of the page, next to the index.

    The Hanging Tree

  • I had a devil of a time writing the one-column headline for Lenox's column.

    Desk work Nov. 12

  • The Wake headline was tough; it was a one-column head, which is never easy.

    Riding the desk, pardner

  • The one-column ad, for a new NBC cop show, simulated a news story or critic's review.

    An Ad Becomes the News

  • I suggest you to use a typical one-column layout which is very popular for this kind of sites and make them more usable and readable for mobile users.

    Tips to design your site for mobile devices

  • YouTube, Facebook, Twitter , for example, use this layout one-column for their mobile versions:

    Tips to design your site for mobile devices

  • “For editors, the main change will be fewer words per column and slightly tight one-column headlines are tighter,” read an internal Times memo from June.

    Lean Times

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