Horizontal measurement (width) is given first. All measurement units are in inches. The publisher reserves the right to alter any artwork not meeting these specifications, at the advertiser’s expense.
2-page spread (trim size): 16–1/4" x 10–7/8" (16.25" x 10.875")
Full page (trim size): 8–1/8" x 10–7/8" (8.125" x 10.875")
Full page: 7" x 10" (7.0" x 10.0")
1/2 page horizontal: 7" x 4–7/8" (7.0" x 4.875")
1/2 page vertical: 3–1/3" x 10" (3.333" x 10.0")
1/4 page: 3–1/3" x 4–7/8" (3.333" x 4.875")
Marketplace Single 3–3/8" x 2–5/16" (3.375" x 2.3125")
Marketplace Double 3–3/8" x 4–3/4" (3.375" x 4.75")
Marketplace Quad 6–7/8" x 4–3/4" (6.875" x 4.75")
Trim Size: 8-1/8" x 10-7/8"
Bleed Matter: At least 1/8" beyond trim on all sides.
Bleed: Bleeds are allowed on all ad sizes other than 1/4 page or Marketplace.
Electronic File Specifications and Formats
Colors may be CMYK, RGB or grayscale. All color and grayscale images should have a resolution of 300dpi at full size. All 1-bit black & white images should have a resolution of 1200dpi at full size.
EPS: All images must be embedded. All fonts must be converted to curves. The file must be saved with a preview.
PDF: All fonts must be embedded.
TIFF: Must be 300dpi.
For further guidelines, please contact Linux Journal’s production department.
Art and Production
Linux Journal will not be responsible for reproduction quality if materials fail to conform to specifications. Linux Journal reserves the right to reduce oversize material and charge for the service involved. Verbal instructions regarding changes for corrections to advertising materials must be confirmed immediately in writing. Linux Journal will hold materials for one year after the last insertion date, unless advertiser requests their return. All materials are destroyed after one year.
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