Though Eva's advice below is quite old, it still applies.
Can you please post a link to your page where we can view your SitePal scene embedded in the page?
Or if you prefer - please send us the link to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This will allow us to review your implementation and advise further.
In addition - since Eva posted her response so long ago we have since introduced API controls that would allow you to dynamically resize the Scene in your page without reloading it. This method is useful for implementing responsive design.
Checkout our API function "dynamicResize" - in the Standard (client) API Reference - available on our support page here - www.sitepal.com/support
Also - please see the following technical support examples as a reference:
The SitePal Team
You can do so with our Full Body avatars.
Select a one of our Full Body avatars - and in the Publish options, select "Embed in Webpage" then you will see the "overlay" option. Select that option to anchor your character to bottom left or bottom right.
Hope this helps,
It depends first and foremost on the voice you select.
For example, engine 7 and engine 3 voices will interpret IT in a sentence in the expected way.
Try this sentence -
I asked IT for assistance.
( btw - a convenient place to test is our demo - www.ttsdemo.com )
and go through the available English voices.
If the voice you prefer to use does not pronounce it the way you expect, you can always turn to phonetic spelling.
In this case - separate the letters -
I asked I T for assistance.
Hi Jon - I believe the issue you reported (you had also sent a note to support) has been resolved.
Please let us know if any further problem.
For the record - the above issue reported by karimamuhammad - was also (separately) resolved last week.
Can you please post a link to your page where the problem might be seen? This will allow us to review and advise.
If you prefer - send the information to email@example.com
To embed in Wix - please follow the instructions in our support page technical note: "Embed Instructions for Popular Platforms".
In most case it is straightforards to copy the SitePal embed code into your web page, but for some platforms additional instructions may be helpful.
Customer support service by UserEcho