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  1. 1. Form: Online encyclopaedia Structure: Written articles with paragraphs Content: Information about different topics, pictures Technical conventions: See wiki slide Mode of address: formal, serious, informative, tries to be objective
  2. 2. Online Encyclopaedia: An Internet encyclopedia is an encyclopedia accessible via the World Wide Web. Wikipedia is an online encyclopaedia where people that have access to the web can find out information about generally everything with a click of a button. From full celebrity information to information on famous artefacts and objects, this website is designed to give detailed information on everything your looking for. Editable by the public: Wikipedia is editable by the public who have access to internet. This is a disadvantage because some of the information found on this website is unreliable and could've been tampered with.
  3. 3. Lots of written information: Wikipedia there is a lot of written information. The Wikipedia site is based in giving the users written information in detail about a specific subject. Pictures: On Wikipedia there are many pictures to give the reader a visual experience of what they are reading and also a specific picture on the topic they are reading about. Title of article: The title of the article is to notify the reader on who or what they are reading about. This also gives them a easy way to search up a specific topic
  4. 4. Subheadings: subheading give the reader an idea of what they are reading in detail and what topic they are reading about that surrounds the subject or person that they searched up. This helps the audience for extra awareness of what the are reading. Contents box listing headings: this is placed so the readers can quickly and efficiently skipped to the information that they specifically want to read. This is good because it makes the research run quicker for the reader. Side bar with settings/preferences/content/ suggestions: There is a sidebar containing all the essential tools on the website to set things to your own preference.
  5. 5. Logo In Top Left: There is a logo in the top left corner to represent the website. This is a iconic symbol that people recognise and will know what the website is when they see this logo. this helps people remember the website for future reference. Hyperlinks: There are hyperlinks included because these give links to other pages that may be relevant for the readers need. This is good because the reader can easily go through the pages that relate to the topic that they are reading about.
  6. 6. References: A reference contains all the hyperlinks included in the article. This is helpful because the reader may be trying to find a specific hyperlink and cannot find it so the reference has all the hyperlinks in order so they are easy to find. External Links: External links are there to redirect you to another website to explore more about the highlighted topic. This is good for the reader because they find there information quickly and easily.
  7. 7. Institutional details at the bottom: These are included at the bottom to show who has authority and has trademarked certain websites etc.. This is good because then people can avoid copyright Talk: this is a page where people can discuss there thoughts and opinions and give advice on how the page can be improved.