How do you use Textise?

Please let me know what your main use of Textise is by completing the poll below. No prizes, I’m afraid, just the satisfaction of helping me understand how best to take Textise forward. If your main use isn’t listed, or you’d like to expand on it, feel free to add a comment to this post. […]

How to use Textise

There are various methods you can use to easily access Textise, either from the home page or by using browser short-cuts. Here are your options… From the Home Page This is the way Textise started out and it’s still a useful way of using the tool. Just navigate to http://www.textise.net and you’ll see an input […]

DDOS attack

Many apologies to anyone struggling with Textise today. Unfortunately, some idiot has been using it as a proxy for a denial of service attack on booking.com, causing server and application errors. My hosting company have had to throttle Textise to protect other sites on their servers and, at the moment, I’m trying to persuade them […]

SEOtext – “What the Search Engine saw”

Announcing our newest product: SEOtext, the SEO tool that’s powered by Textise.┬áSEOtext gets right into the textual content of a web page. SEOtext can analyse the text of a web site to give you invaluable information about keyword frequency, which is, according to our new prospective partner, “truly ground breaking” for SEO. SEOtext can also […]

Textise 3.0

I’m pleased to say that I’ve now published a new version of Textise. Let’s call it version 3.0. This version sports a brand new hairstyle and an enquiring mind. Seek And Ye Shall Find First up, you now have the option of displaying a search box on some sites. This option is not switched on […]

And your host for tonight is…!

This weekend (Saturday 23/11/2013) I intend moving Textise to the new hosting on HostingUK. There’s absolutely no way this can go wrong, of course, but I thought I ought to warn you anyway… You’ll know when Textise is running on the new servers if you see “Textise is now hosted by HostingUK” at the top […]

Tips ‘n’ Tricks #2

A few more ways to make your text only output look funky/clear/interesting… Easy on the eye Black Tahoma font, 18pt, on a silver background. Like Sunday morning. Exercise book Proper old skool, this one. It uses the “Lined paper” background texture and the MV Boli font in blue. Add smudges and doodles to taste. Column […]