- Referring to an image, headline, or article printed on the reduced 1 / 2 of the leading page of a broadsheet newspaper, such that it just isn't straight away visible on a folded content for the newsprint, e.g. as presented at a newsstand or perhaps in a vending device.
- Referring to that part of an internet page that is far enough down that it is not very likely to be visible inside preliminary display of a standard browser window, so that the reader will probably must scroll straight down before witnessing it.
Antonym for "below the fold"
- above the fold
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