The character of online journalism is also reflected in the online journalistic element mentioned by Rey G. Rosales in The Elements of Online Journalism (iUniverse, 2006). Online journalism has a multimedia element in the news, covering the basic (basic) and advance. The basic elements of the Online Journalism publishing www.tangselone.com include; Title (headline): page faces generally in the form of links if clicked will open a new page that contains a complete news. Content (text): the body of posts in one whole page or separated into several other page links. Images or photos: used to accompany or reinforce news content. Graphics, illustrations, logos: graphics, illustrations, logos related to news content. Related Links: links to other articles to further strengthen information and add insight for readers, usually located at the end of the post or beside.
The character and excellence of Online Journalism that is not owned by conventional media well presented by Richard Craig. Readers can use links to offer users a further reading on each story. Readers can update news live and regularly. Information on online is vast. Availability of additional voice, video and online content not owned by the print media. Can save online archives from time to time. The multimedia nature of online journalism makes it a journalistic future: journalists not only compose news texts and display photos but also complete them with sound and images (audio-video).