Case Study: Web to WAV

Case Study: Web to WAV

April, from Green Bay, Wisconsin, uses Textise to help her read newsletter articles without getting a migraine. Here’s her story… “I started getting migraine headaches a few years ago from reading so I had to give up 99% of my book reading. I really...
How to use Textise

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...
Textise 3.0

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...

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...

Tips ‘n’ Tricks #1

Textise is a lot more configurable than people often realise. Using the Options page, you can choose how you’d like you text only output to look, from font colour to the way that links are formatted. The Options page can accessed from the Textise home page or...
Subscriptions

Subscriptions

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...