30 March 2010 - Added a Google Translate feature on all pages. I presume that the quality of the translation will vary according to the different languages and the texts it is applied on, but is's still better than nothing and it will get better all the time.
28 March 2010 - Two new themes are now available - Dark and No Images. The latter removes almost all images and is suitable for slower internet connections.
25 March 2010 - You can now choose a theme, changing the background, images and colors of the website. You will find the buttons just below the header. For now there are two themes - Classic (the one you see now) and White. They still need some finishing touches, but everything should be readable.
7 April 2010 - Added 11 Chinese folktales
6 April 2010 - In addition to the themes, you can now change font sizes. Just press the according buttons to increase/decrease text size. It should work on almost all pages.
9 May 2010 - 31 Australian folktales added.
23 June 2010 - A Brothers Grimm biography added.
18 June 2010 - The Useful links page is redesigned.
5 August 2010 - Added a bookstore. The store is powered by amazon.com . If you wish to show your support for worldoftales.com you can buy something from there or from amazon through this link.
24 August 2010 - Added Cinderella in Polish
9 September 2010 - 15 new Chinese folktales added.
7 September 2010 - Seven new Japanese folktales added.
3 September 2010 - Added a new folktale to Japanese folktales.
18 October 2010 - Added Arabian nights. This edtiton is edited by Andrew Lang. Not all stories are persent, but the ones included were shortened and simplified, making them more appropriate for children. When I have the time I will add another edition - one by Sir Richard Francis Burton. It seems by far the closest to the original.
The Asian folktales page bacame too crowded, so I created three new pages - Arab folktales, Chinese folktales and Japanese folktales.
15 November 2010 - Today I added some new features to world of tales. You can now sign in and leave comments. Since I lack the knowledge to do this myself, I used the Google Friend Connect feature. You can also use your favourite social networks to share the website with the new buttons. As with all new things all may not work properly at first, but there shouldn't be any major problems.
Monday, December 27, 2010 - Added 29 Indian folktales.