Spell Checking for Web Forms
Something that I recently found a need for was adding spell checking to web input forms. With a WordPress installation on another server, I found a spell checker plugin. I wouldn’t say that this plugin was easy to install (the instructions don’t necessarily resolve all the issues with where components are expected to be), but I persevered and it is now working on that site. I plan to implement it for this WordPress installation once I transfer this domain to the new server machine.
Earlier today, I implemented this for the Panda’s Thumb web site, allowing users to spell check their comments in the “preview” of comments.
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My apologies. The ZIP file was really only meant to be used with the WordPress Plugin Manager. Therefore, there are, as you noticed, no instructions on how to place everything. Now that the WPPM is really not used any more I should update those instructions.
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