The main text, or copy, of a document that is usually set in 10-point or 12-point type.
All the selectable text that appears on a web site when you load it normally through a browser. Alternate forms of text on a web site appear as a part of an image or behind and image.
Generally, the main bulk of the book that comes between the PRELIMS and the END MATTER. Specifically, paragraphed text therein that is not a heading, extract, footnote, etc.
The main portion of a book or other document, excluding front matter and back matter.
The part of the text that contains the main information. Body text is usually the text found in the middle of the paragraph.
This is where you put your main content, which would include text, table, images etc. The keywords should be evenly distributed in your content.
The paragraphs in a document that make up the bulk of its content. The body text should be set in an appropriate and easy to read face, typically at 10 or 12 point size.
Actual text which is normally visible upon a webpage, as opposed to the images of text . Many site designers use images of text because it is easier to position and control on the page, especially for items such as navigation buttons. Search engine robots cannot read this images of text,and consequently do not register the important keywords that it may contain.
The type style used in the main text of a book, article, or other printed piece. Body type comes in sizes of 14-pts and smaller. Also referred to as Body Type.
The text that appears on a website.
The main text in a document, in distinction from headlines and captions.
The typed portion of a page, excluding the headline.
Text makes up the bulk of a story, article or chapter, rather than the headings or footnotes.
Body text is the text on an web page which appears between the opening "" and closing "" tags that delimit the body section of the document. The tags themselves are not required if the document is HTML.