True hypertext is dynamic, and changes according to context, reader actions, and more. Here’s how to use it – including stretchtext.
Getting the most out of the app’s sophisticated navigational aids, in Map view, and understanding how guards work.
How to get the best out of view options, keeping your place in a hypertext document, and customising its appearance.
Knowing the rich features of Storyspace Reader will help you get the most out of hypertext documents. This article covers navigation.
Hypertext returns without any hyperbole, and XML could be much more able to cope with the reality of life.
A major milestone for hypertext authoring: this new version includes a freely distributable reader app. Here’s an example for you to try.
Before you would spend a lot of time twiddling and tweaking timelines, windows, and more. These are all fixed in this update.
Turning a linear HTML article from WordPress into a full hypertext document, using Storyspace 3. Not hard, but does it work?
Creating a beautiful location map and timeline can be extremely quick and simple. No scripts or tricks needed.
How to use Eastgate Systems’ Storyspace or Tinderbox to create a timeline.