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Mechanical Specifications

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Printed web offset and perfect bound. Trim size is 8.1875 x 10.75 inches.

space width x height (inches)
Full-Page Non-Bleed
2/3 Page
1/2 Page (vertical)
1/2 Page (horizontal)
1/3 Page (vertical)
1/3 Page (horizontal)
1/4 Page


 
7.25 x 9.875
4.75 x 9.875
3.5 x 9.875
7.25 x 4.875
2.25 x 9.875
4.75 x 4.875
3.5 x 4.875
bleed space width x height (inches)
Spread Bleed
Full-Page Bleed
2/3 Page Bleed
1/2 Page Spread Bleed
1/2 Page (horizontal) Bleed
1/3 Page (vertical) Bleed


 
16.75 x 11
8.4375 x 11
5.5 x 11
16.75 x 5.5
8.375 x 5.5
2.75 x 11

*Two-page spread available. Create as two separate full pages with the above specs.

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Include InDesignCS5 or lower document, all support files, fonts, and a high resolution PDF file. Ads can be submitted on Macintosh compatible CD/DVD, e-mailed to: taylorf@sandiegomagazine.com, or uploaded to our FTP site.

FTP

Instructions can be located at SanDiegoMagazine.com/ftp. Compress all files before uploading.

File Formats

Files must be native Macintosh. InDesign CS5 or lower; Illustrator CS5 or lower; or Photoshop CS5 or lower.

Resolution

All images and logos must have a resolution of 300dpi at 100% print size.

Color

All colors must be CMYK. Total ink density should not exceed 300%. Pantone colors and metallic ink can be purchased at an additional cost.

Bleed

Bleed size 8.4375 x 11 trimmed at 8.1875 x 10.75. Text and logos must not extend beyond .3125 of an inch from the trim size to avoid live matter trimming off.

Proofs

A high-quality color-match proof must accompany all print-ready digital ads. San Diego Magazine is not responsible for reproduction quality if color match poof is not provided.

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