An example three-line article where

the first two are treated as a title

Then the third is the subheading below. Crazy, huh?!

Write all 3 lines into a title if you want a double-line article, plus a subheading. Like the other “two line title” entry, the system will treat the title of this article as “An example article with a two line title in it!” – for social media, for backend, for RSS, etc. And “And it even has a subheading below. Crazy, huh?!” is treated as a subheading in all these contexts.

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An example article with just a single title

But is also has a separate subheading underneath.

In this case, you have a single title on the top line – this stands on its own and is the only line used for a tweet and other social media. In the backend, you’ll see this is referred to as “An example article with just a single title”

The second line is a subheading. It is treated as a subheading as you would expect.

Note that if you add a dash on the last line, it turns into a two-title article.

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An example article where the title…

is split in two lines!

Here both line 1 and line 2 are considered “the title” – it is split into two lines and will have different font sizes where required. However, the whole thing will be joined into one line when doing tweets and social media. (so the tweet will be: “An example article where the title… is split in two lines! https://f5.com/..... “)

To construct this, you write two lines, and on a third you add a “dash” on that third line. The dash is important.

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Molly Bloom To Speak At Unibet Open Bucharest

“We couldn’t have a more fitting participant than Molly Bloom who challenged stereotypes during her time as the Poker Princess.”

Unibet has announced that the Poker Princess, Molly Bloom, who’s “Hollywood high stakes poker game was the subject of the Oscar-nominated and critically acclaimed film Molly’s Game“ will be their special guest!

The Unibet Open will take place in Bucharest from August 2 to 4. There will be a press conference and book signing session with Bloom, and she will be opening the cash games and the #QueenRules Ladies Tournament on Friday, August 3.

As a reminder, the #QueenRules concept came about back in March when Unibet and creative agency FCB Inferno released a custom deck of cards to accompany the launch of a new poker format where the Queen outranks the King. The project was intended to help draw attention to gender equality and unconscious gender bias in poker.

“We’re absolutely thrilled to have secured Molly for our event,” said Nataly Sopacuaperu, Unibet Open’s Head of Events. “Molly’s Game has been highly rated by poker players for bringing the poker scene to life on screen and I’m especially pleased that Molly will be opening our #QueenRules Ladies event. It’s all part of our campaign to build conversations around gender bias and gender equality. We couldn’t have a more fitting participant than Molly Bloom who challenged stereotypes during her time as the Poker Princess.”

To read more on the Unibet Open Bucharest you can go to the Unibet site, here.

If you want more on Molly’s Game don’t forget, Robbie Strazynski at Card Player Lifestyle did some super sleuthing to bring us all an exclusive interview with the poker consultant on the film, Josh Leichner, which you can read here.

You can watch Joey Ingram’s review of the film below.

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