• Since people sometimes search for images only, you should write your cutline so that it can stand alone without the story. That means using full dates, state names, etc.  Do NOT put DATELINES in cutlines. The photographer's name goes above. It  does not need to be included in the cutline with words such as Released. The fact that the photo is on Army.mil means it has been released. Also, you may use the headline from the story as the Title above, if you want to make it easier for people searching for images to find the related story.

    Army.mil content team creates CORE training package 1 of 3

    Since people sometimes search for images only, you should write your cutline so that it can stand alone without the story. That means using full dates, state names, etc. Do NOT put DATELINES in cutlines. The photographer's name goes above. It does...

  • Since people sometimes search for images only, you should write your cutline so that it can stand alone without the story. That means using full dates, state names, etc.  Do NOT put DATELINES in cutlines. The photographer's name goes above. It  does not need to be included in the cutline with words such as Released. The fact that the photo is on Army.mil means it has been released. Also, you may use the headline from the story as the Title above, if you want to make it easier for people searching for images to find the related story.

    Army.mil content team creates CORE training package 2 of 3

    Since people sometimes search for images only, you should write your cutline so that it can stand alone without the story. That means using full dates, state names, etc. Do NOT put DATELINES in cutlines. The photographer's name goes above. It does...

  • Since people sometimes search for images only, you should write your cutline so that it can stand alone without the story. That means using full dates, state names, etc.  Do NOT put DATELINES in cutlines. The photographer's name goes above. It  does not need to be included in the cutline with words such as Released. The fact that the photo is on Army.mil means it has been released. Also, you may use the headline from the story as the Title above, if you want to make it easier for people searching for images to find the related story.

    Army.mil content team creates CORE training package 1 of 3

    Since people sometimes search for images only, you should write your cutline so that it can stand alone without the story. That means using full dates, state names, etc. Do NOT put DATELINES in cutlines. The photographer's name goes above. It does...

ARLINGTON, Va. (Dec. 27, 2012) -- The Army.mil web team created a CORE training package Dec. 27, in Arlington, to train new CORE users on all aspects of creating and placing content on CORE-powered news and organization pages on Army.mil.

The Army.mil web team noticed that many news stories, or packages as they called in the CORE content management system. To ensure consistency across all CORE-powered news and organization pages on Army.mil, instructions for the correct formatting of CORE packages were mailed out to the CORE community.

Some of the key instructions were also included in a CORE training package, which can be found at http://www.army.mil/article/93563.

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