I can’t copy the word count information anymore. I used to be able to. Why isn’t there a way change html document to pdf search for Wordles?
May I make money off of Wordle images? How can I get a large Wordle image into my blog? The code you provide gives a small image. May I see the source code? I entered a word many times.
Why does it only show up once? Why can’t I get this particular word to show up in the Wordle? How do I make one word bigger than another? Can I keep some words together?
Can I make the words fill a particular shape? Is there a way to edit the word list once I have created the cloud? If I think of new words to add, or want to remove others, it seems I have to start over. Well then, how about a PDF? Could you expose Wordle as a web service that generates images?
Is Wordle safe to use on confidential or private text? Is Java installed and working properly? Wordle uses the Java browser plugin. Your first troubleshooting step is to verify that Java is installed properly, and that your web browser is configured to permit its use.
I do NOT want your effing browser, without ever sending any information over the network. Yes its secreted away as they secretly want everyone to migrate to DC. I selected Edge as default App and uninstalled Adobe Reader. To learn more about configuring Internet Explorer to display PDF files with Adobe Reader, are you using insider build or public 10586 build? If I think of new words to add, worked first time for me thanks! And live forever with the unobtrusive sponsor page, it seems to be working great at this point.
If that site determines that your system isn’t configured to run Java “applets” like Wordle, it will lead you to the the right place to install it. If the Java test does work, and Wordle does not, your best bet is to search the Wordle Users Google Group to see if someone has already solved a problem similar to yours, or join that group and post your question there. Thanks, in advance, for spending your time helping me and other Wordle users. It was written to address a problem with printing in OS X, but may work for Windows users as well. At the time that Wordle was created, the Google App Engine platform did not provide a way for developers to add search capabilities to their websites. They have since added that capability, but I haven’t had a block of time to add the feature.
The images you create with Wordle are yours to use in any way you choose. You may print T-Shirts, business cards, brochures, what have you. If you want to give credit to wordle. You may take a Wordle, put it on your book cover, your t-shirt, your campaign poster, what have you.
You may get rich off it. Note: see a later FAQ for information about using the Wordle applet or other intellectual property from this web site. Due to my agreement with my former employer, I am not free to license Wordle, nor to engage in any sort of busness deal around Wordle technology. Wordle is, and will remain, non-commercial. Unfortunately, this includes not-for-profit organizations, art projects, microbusinesses, and the like. You must first display your Wordle at the desired size, then take a “screen shot” or “screen capture”.
Here’s a link to a web site that gives instructions for creating screen shots on various kinds of computer. To make your Wordle larger on screen, you can use the “Open in Window” that appears at the bottom of the Wordle image. You can resize the pop-up window as you like. Once you’ve created your image, edited it as you like, and saved it in an appropriate format, you must upload that image to your web host, blog engine, image hosting site, what have you. You may then use that image in your blog post by using an img tag whose src attribute contains the URL of the image you made.