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Spellify is a script.aculo.us based spell checker, released by Nikola Kocic, for form fields that utilizes Google as its spell check engine. Spellify can also be configured to different languages (refer to spellify.js for more information regarding language settings) and requires:
To install Spellify on your pages add spellify.js, prototype.js and scriptaculous.js on the <head> tag of your page:
…and copy the HTML code you find in the step 3 of this page. Then add a form with some fields like these:
<input type=“text” id=“city” name=“city”/>
In this way, all fileds will be cheked while an user types a word into them. Spellify can also ignore a specific text field by setting its class attribute to spellify_ignore. For example, if you want to ignore the input field “city” use this code:
Take a look at the spellify official page for a live preview.
GoogieSpell is a Gmail like spell checker that you can use in your own web-application. It support for around 27 languages; well tested and works on IE 5.5, IE 6.0, IE 7, FF 1.0+, Safari, Opera etc; generic, extendable and easy to install; AJAX based (without page-reloading; Lightweight (around 50 KB); Well documented and with GoogieSpell Multiple it’s possible to spell check multiple text fields at once. Take a look here for the demo and for the code.
For example, add mootools and spell_checkers.js in this way:
<script src=“mootools.js” type=“spell_checker.js“></script>
… and add a text area like te following:
Take also a look at this page for other information about this script.
ActiveSpell is a free ajax script to implement spell checking on any text box. It’s maintained by ActiveCampaign, Inc and is based off of Ajax-Spell by Garrison Locke. You can fina download it here.
5. PHP Spell Checker