"after the jump"?

Posted by: DavidDraiman

"after the jump"? - 06/30/05 11:43 PM

I keep hearing (reading) this phrase... What's "After the Jump"?<br><br>for instance:<br><br>[i]showing the packaging and the unpacking of the new iPod. Check [color:red]after the jump</font color=red> for more info...<br><br>In any case, if you follow me [color:red]after the jump,</font color=red> I'll show you how I did these things, and if you want to copy all the music from your old iPod to your new iPod, I'll walk you through one way of doing it...<br><br>
Posted by: lesh

Re: "after the jump"? - 07/01/05 12:28 AM

Well, in print publishing it refers to the part of the story that is continued on another page. If this was on a web page, I'd guess it was referring to info that followed a link.<br><br>
Posted by: DavidDraiman

Re: "after the jump"? - 07/01/05 12:40 AM

yes, http://www.tuaw.com<br><br>