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  • 1. Conventions of factual websites This presentation will explain the conventions of factual websites such as NHS.
  • 2. Topic page conventions: • Navigation bar with tabs to different sections and drop down menus to most popular topics • Embedded video • Search box • Logo with hyperlink to main page • Slogan • Sharing, saving, printing icons • Tabs for the specific topic • Subheadings • Bullet points • Hyperlinks • Advice boxes/boxed information • Comments • Images • Name of article
  • 3. Front page conventions: • Form: Online fact/advice website • · Structure: Written articles with paragraphs, subheadings, bullet points • · Content: Information about different topics, pictures, videos • Technical conventions: hyperlinks, tabs etc • · Mode of address: formal, serious, informative, tries to be objective
  • 4. • Front page conventions: • Topic page conventions: • Navigation bar with tabs to different sections and drop down menus to most popular topics • Search box • Logo with hyperlink to main page • Slogan • Name of article
  • 5. Like NHS, the Talk to Frank website has an A to Z on information of which the website is based on, so for example Frank is based on drugs.