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I'm trying to describe some text on a webpage, here is the screenshot(red frame part) and what I say: enter image description here

On the page, under the images album and the three text banners, there should be a section of texts and there should be 3 hyper-links in the text section.

I highlighted the parts that I'm not sure whether they are natural or grammatically correct.

closed as off-topic by StoneyB, ʇolɐǝz ǝɥʇ qoq, Ben Kovitz, pyobum, ColleenV Mar 4 '15 at 4:28

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  • Proofreading is considered as an off-topic question on this site. Nevertheless, the anchor text should be sign-up and not sign-up now. – Maulik V Dec 10 '13 at 4:50
  • As it stands, I have to agree with Maulik. This looks like simple proofreading, which is indeed off-topic. If you have a specific reason for why you think the highlighted parts might be wrong, add that to the question. The reasons and explanation behind it might be on-topic. – Jonathan Garber Dec 10 '13 at 20:19
  • K, I changed the topic, is it a proper topic now? – Ray-Von-Mice Dec 11 '13 at 0:13
  • @MaulikV Why not sign-up now? – tao Dec 11 '13 at 4:03
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    Sign up is not normally hyphenated. The now is fine. – snailboat Dec 12 '13 at 4:40
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For the most part we can refer to elements on a webpage as we would any type of media. For example, title, heading, subheading, picture, etc. The grammar is unchanged.

For a section of text text can be used but so can paragraph. Copy can be used but it has a narrower definition.

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