Goals of this web site:


Besides providing entertainment for children, I am hoping this web site will help popularize this printing style. As I described on this site's home page, I believe this style makes text easier to read, because your eye does not have to jump from the right side of the page all the way back to the left after reading each line; this may be especially helpful for dyslexic readers, who often lose their place in a document.


I am ready to help any author of a book or article, in print or online, convert their material to Zig Zag Text format. If you are an online publisher, the Javascript code behind the 'Try It' web page is available for you to copy and use in your own web page or other program under the GNU General Public License, which means you can modify and redistribute it freely as long as you include the copyright notice and the statement of general permission at the top of the code. This code can also be adapted to convert text files to Zig Zag format for paper printing.


Please feel free to contact me with any questions or comments you may have.


We do not knowingly publish any material that may be in violation of copyright law. If any such violation should be found on this site, please notify our staff immediately at mail@zigzagtext.com.


-Sam Banerjee
Creator, ZigZagText
mail@zigzagtext.com

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