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Add a Spell Checker to your Web Site

  Posted on Thursday June 08, @05:27AM Pacific
Web Apps SpellChecker.net provides the ability to add a spell-checker/grammar-checker/thesaurus to your web site for free. The spell checker supports multiple languages, HTML tags are ignored, and the grammar checker is able to identify a wide range of common and complex errors. By adding a few lines of HTML code, inserting a bit of Javascript and installing a CGI script, the SpellChecker can be installed on your web site.

 
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    Re: Add a Spell Checker to your Web Site

    by LAXMI KOORAPATI on Friday September 08, @06:29PM
    I would like to add spell checker to my web application.
    The tools I am using are HTML, javaScript,
    COld Fusion.

    Thanks
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    Re: Add a Spell Checker to your Web Site

    by Praveen K on Wednesday September 13, @10:46PM
    Check this site...

    http://www.wintertree-software.com/dev/spellcheckapplet/index.html


    -Praveen
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    Re: Add a Spell Checker to your Web Site

    by Wall Street Wise Software on Tuesday July 03, @03:09AM
    You should also try out www.thesolutioncafe.com/jspell.html for a much more robust client server solution.
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    Re: Add a Spell Checker to your Web Site

    by John Ferson on Monday July 01, @06:02PM
    I found this to be an excellent flexible spell checker as well as great support. The product page is a bit confusing, but the ordering page helps as well as thier online help/product chart.

    XDE Spell Checker Product Page
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