Enabling your website to get your WV_SITE_ID is free, you can do it from here Authorize website.
Once you authorize your website, you will have access to a dashboard with daily play stats and other statistics.
No, the widget is small in size and loaded asynchronously, so it won't interfere with the loading speed of your website.
We are constantly working to support more new languages. At the moment the supported languages are the following
We want to make the internet easy to be consumed and accessible, therefore we want to allow everyone to enable text-to-speech for their website and their users.
We offer a completely free version that you can easily install on your website. We never collect neither sell any data but we might show ads at some point in the widget space or in the audio.
You can optionally upgrade to a paid plan which includes many additional features as well as removing the possible ads.
We don't collect neither sell any data, that is not our business. We only collect the required data for the operation of the service.
Please follow the 5 minutes installation tutorial Add text-to-speech to WordPress.
If your site is hosted in wordpress.com, unfortunately, you won't be able to install our widget.
Please follow the instructions found in the official Squarespace documentation and add the script that you will find in your WebsiteVoice dashboard in the footer section of the Squarespace setup.
Please follow the 5 minutes installation tutorial Add text-to-speech to Blogger.
You can follow the 5 minutes installation tutorial Add text-to-speech to Shopify.
Follow the 5 minutes installation tutorial Add text-to-speech to Wix.
Please follow the instructions found in the official Webflow documentation and add the script that you will find in your WebsiteVoice dashboard in the footer section of the Webflow setup.
Please follow the 5 minutes installation tutorial Add text-to-speech to Joomla.
If you have a page where you don't want to have voice enabled, just add the class wv‑disable to the body of the page.
If you added the script but still the widget is not appearing in your website, it might be that the widget fails to automatically detect the text or article in your website. You must use the custom text CSS selector to specify what is the text that must be read in the widget area.
If the widget is not appearing automatically on your website or you want to specify the location or text to read by the widget, you can do it by using a custom CSS selector.
To do that, you will have to create a CSS selector for the HTML element that you want the widget to read.
For example if you have the following HTML element <div class="text-to-read">I want to read this text with WebsiteVoice</div> you would specify the following custom CSS text selector: .text-to-read