If you’d like to add a “Text only” link to your own web-site, just add the following snippet of script at the position in your page where you’d like the link to go:
This will work on (almost) any page. Note: For some reason, you can’t select text from WordPress blogs in IE7/8, so if you’d like to copy the script you’ll have to view this page in Firefox or Google Chrome. (Apologies – haven’t tried IE-earlier or Opera or Safari or any other browsers.)
There – look how much time and effort I saved you!
I’ve added a class to the anchor tag so you can control how the link displays with a bit of CSS.
An alternative is to add a link like this to your page:
<a href=’http://www.textise.net/showText.aspx?strURL=URL OF YOUR PAGE’ class=’textiseAnchor’>Text only</a>
Note that Textise can struggle with query strings – so I’d advise you to double URL-encode any addresses that contain them. (Double URL-encoding is necessary to make sure the URL gets to Textise in the first place, at which point it’s decoded.)