- n. alternative spelling of white space.
“Leave the reader room to respond – whitespace is your conversational friend.”
“Second, the whitespace is a little screwy – to my eyes the attribution line still groups with the previous post.”
“For the browser all the whitespace is a waste of bandwith and the variables in scripts may also be called a and b.”
“If a page has too many elements, the user will easily become confused about where to focus on, with many elements vying for attention. page weight now affecting your Google search engine position, it's the perfect time to reassess how streamlined your design is. principles and steps you can follow to create a more minimalist design: whitespace, which is the space between different elements of a design.”
“TV stations that broadcast on airwaves today each have what's called whitespace between them.”
“whitespace" - the unused spectrum between analog television channels - for broadband, mobile data services, and other wireless technologies.”
“While this is better than nothing, it doesn't get rid of the "whitespace" in the database.”
“* Ford will launch the all-new, 7-seat C-MAX in North America in late 2011 as a "whitespace" vehicle”
“In North America, the "whitespace" vehicle will be one of up to 10 unique models the company will create from an all-new global C-car platform developed under its One Ford strategy.”
“New European small vehicle that will be a "whitespace" entry in North America in 2010”
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