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Iblogpro and reader in safari

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hansonexperience

Safari has a great feature called reader. You see the option on The right of an url. When clicked IT displays The text without any disturbance. But IT does not Work With iblogpro. Any tips?

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Jackey
Can you provide a link? I've seen it work with iBlogPro 5: http://honeymp3.com/albumitunes-glee-the-music-the-christmas-album-vol-2

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hansonexperience
Http://www.hansonexperience.com

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Jackey
Heb je al geprobeerd die "vind ik leuk" en "Twitter" iframes uit te zetten of naar onder te plaatsten? Die zitten nl binnen je "textcontent" class Ook dit is denk ik een voorwaarde om de reader button the laten verschijnen. [quote]The technology that decides wether the READER button should be enabled is based on ARC90's Readability project.[/quote] Probeer eens een behoorlijk onafgebroken lap tekst in een pagina te zetten. [url="http://mathiasbynens.be/notes/safari-reader"]artikel[/url] Ik denk dat het afhankelijk is van je content. [quote]Reader??™s vision of the web doesn??™t make sense on every site, but for long articles in particular, it??™s a godsend.[/quote]

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Jackey
Ik heb pagina's op mijn site die ook geen reader button tonen [url="http://golfclub-stippelberg.nl/stichting/contact/"]voorbeeld[/url] [url="http://golfclub-stippelberg.nl/stichting/"]voorbeeld[/url]

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hansonexperience
An I tarief amorfer post With more text and NOS IT Works So IT depends on The amount of text

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hansonexperience
Uh autocorrect did a great job :-( Wanted to say: More text and it worked

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Jackey
Funny thing is I did understand... You better install a second (english) keyboard on your iPhone or iPad. It is easy to switch languages. ;)

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Rob
It's best to write questions in English as none of the staff here speak Dutch. Speaking for myself, as an American, even English is a tough thing!

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