I’ve been making some changes to the way that Textise manages subscribers. Subscriptions are available to web masters who want to use Textise to power Text Only/Accessibility links on their pages. The rules for subscriptions are pretty simple, as laid out on the For Web Developers page: Commercial use Textise is free for personal use. […]

Textise WP7 app – ‘Testing in progress’

I’ve gone and done it now, haven’t I? I’ve submitted my app to the Windows Marketplace where it’s being tested. Or possibly not, this being a Sunday, although I suppose it’s possible that the little Microsoft testing elves are cruelly made to work 7 day weeks. Here’s hoping! I had such fun, reading through the […]

Textise WP7 app – nearly done

Worked quite a lot on the app yesterday and today (yes, working – for you! – on a Bank Holiday Weekend). Most of what I wanted to do for the first release is now done and it looks sort of like this.. That’s a terrible picture, isn’t it? It was taken using the webcam on […]

Textise WP7 App – now in development

I’ve started work on a Textise app for Windows Phone 7. I’m a big fan of the WP7 (in spite of some slow updates) so I’m quite excited about writing my first app. You can see how far I’ve got in the screenshot. I originally wanted to use a white background to maintain consistency with […]

New Page For Web Developers

The new page, For Web Developers, is now fully updated. An important new feature is the “notextise” class, which allows developers to control what gets converted to text on their site and what gets ignored. This means that they can offer a neatly formatted, text-only view of their pages without all the untidy navigation links […]

Introducing the Textise Bookmarklet

Want to know the great thing about Firefox? It’s that you can write add-ons for it without messing about with Greasemonkey or something. So, when I wanted to offer users the ability to toggle in and out of text-only mode, I wrote a Firefox add-on. Thing is, whenever I was using another browser (I’m known […]