GUI keeps your integration tasks to a minimum.
Pre-designed web page for spell checking results means you only have
to call the spell checking script, and let us do the rest!
performance and efficiency
One function call verifies the spelling of multiple window controls
spell checking instantly.
You can integrate spell checking into your site in less than one hour.
There is no charge for this service. The web page which returns the
spell checker results will display a standard AutoSpell banner ad above
the spell checking results..
text is automatically returned to the form.
OSCC drivers interpret the native spell checker engine error and format
it into a standard error code, which is returned to your application.
window for spell checking.
AutoSpell uses a separate window for spell checking so that the user's
work, and your web page are never obstructed from view.
Describes how to use features and options.
language spell checking.
Spell checking is initially done in the default language you select
for your site at the time of sign up. However, any user who visits your
site and requests spell checking for a text box can temporarily select
another language in which to check spelling by simply choosing one from
a drop-down list on our spell check results page..
user-customizable options, including:
to use a spelling checker from another package if desired, instead
of the one you provide.
ignores: words with all uppercase, mixed case, initial capitalization,
pure numbers, text of original message (for replies or forwarding),
file names and directories, common internet words and e-mail quotations.
finds: repeated words, uncapitalized sentences, words beginning with
numbers (for example, "4th").
custom dictionary lets users enter words to ignore, flag as incorrect,
or automatically replace with specific text.
text typed in as a replacement, and more.
with ASP enabled and running properly.
Windows- or Unix-based web service that has Perl installed to run
Windows-based web service that is not IIS and does not have Perl installed.