How to make a web page with txti

The only thing you have to give txti is the "Content." Txti takes care of the rest, but you can take advantage of these options:

Custom URL
This is the part that goes after "txti.es/" like "txti.es/barry". Currently only accepts lowercase letters (a-z), numbers (0-9), and dashes (-). If you put anything else in there, txti will change it.
Custom Edit Code
Txti will give you a random edit code, but you can change it. You have to have this to make changes to the txti, and it can never EVER be retrieved if lost.
Title
Give your txti a relevant title so it shows up better when shared on social media, search results, and in browser windows.
Author
Let people know who made this! This shows up in some searches and social media posts, and your Twitter handle works really nicely if you post the link on Twitter.
Description
This is a short (200 character) summary of the page. This shows up in Twitter cards and search results. Txti will automatically use the first 200 characters of your txti as a description if you don't provide one.

Make your txti easy to read and understand

You can make your txti robust and full-featured with links, images, lists, headings, and more. Txti uses a popular set of rules called Markdown.

*Images must be uploaded somewhere else (we recommend imgur.com). Because images can really slow down pages and we're all about "fast web pages for everybody," images are not displayed by default. The reader has the option of displaying the images in the page or just viewing links to them. See an example at txti.es/images.

Advanced stuff

Txti uses Twitter Cards, so when you share a txti link on Twitter, it will show bigger summary of the link (see above to read about the custom options you have).

Txti has a minimal API so you can use the content of your txti in other applications. Just add /json, /xml, or /html to the end of your txti's URL (such as txti.es/barry/json).

Important notes