the content of a Web page that can be seen without scrolling down; also called above the scroll
Advertisers favor placements that are high on the page, above the fold.
- Above the law
see under above suspicion
- Above the scroll
noun See above the fold
in open sight; without tricks, concealment, or disguise: Their actions are open and aboveboard. Historical Examples He knows that he’s followed, all right, and he’s cagy enough to keep in the open and pretend to be aboveboard. On Secret Service William Nelson Taft They were things that didn’t seem—what you would call square and aboveboard. […]
in, at, or to a higher place. overhead, upstairs, or in the sky: My brother lives in the apartment above. A flock of birds circled above. higher in rank, authority, or power: She was told to speak to the person above. higher in quantity or number: books with 100 pages and above. before or earlier, […]