readerstyle.com offers free tools to readers and writers who enjoy simple, comfortable reading online.
Authors who use readerstyle.com for their webpages give you, the reader, the power to decide how their webpages look. Instead of telling you how it’s going to be, they invite you to make yourself at home.
Authors who use readerstyle.com also commit to simplicity. Their webpages load quickly, so you don’t have to wait so long. They don’t clutter the screen with complicated layout.
You can invite users to make themselves comfortable on your webpage in three easy steps:
Put this tag in the
<head> of your webpage:
<meta name="readerstyle.com" content="2019-12-09">
Put this tag at the bottom of the
<body> of your webpage:
Write your webpage using just simple HTML tags:
For example, write your If you write your webpage in common Markdown, it will follow this rule automtically.
If you would like to help make this webpage or its tools better for everyone, come join in! All of thie files for readerstyle.com live on GitHub. You can also e-mail ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Good ideas of all kinds are welcome. But to give a sense of what’s planned:
Release an extension for Google Chrome that detects the meta tag on pages and styles them automatically.
Release an extension for Mozilla Firefox that detects the meta tag on pages and styles them automatically.
Refine the ready-made styles based on latest readability research.
Kyle E. Mitchell operates readerstyle.com.
readerstyle.com does not collect, store, or share personal information about anyone. The site doesn’t even keep standard HTTP logs.
This notice was published on December 9, 2019. Changes will be posted here to another page on readerstyle.com, like readerstyle.com/privacy.