TopText

TopText

An earlier browser plug-in from eZula Inc., San Francisco, CA, that automatically turned words and phrases on Web pages into links to advertisers and dictionary definitions. TopText was a controversial product. In some cases, the plug-in was installed along with other software, and since hardly anyone reads the end user license agreement, many users did not know why words were being highlighted on the sites they visited. At one point in time, eZula contracted to use the content of this encyclopedia to provide definitions to users reading technical copy. In this case, eZula paid for the links rather than advertisers paying eZula. See smart tags.
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The owners of Toptext, a textile manufacturer of Syria, intend to open a factory for dying and processing of cotton in Macedonia.
However, getting to this number will take nine to 10 months, considering there are two stage of setting up the machines, first for dying and then for processing of cotton," said Mahir Melaha from Toptext.