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TinyMCE Spellcheck

Description

TinyMCE Spellcheck adds the spellcheck button back to the editor in WordPress 3.6 and up. This is a fork of the After the Deadline plugin which is now a part of Jetpack.

Screenshots

  • TinyMCE Spellcheck in the Visual editor
  • Example of TinyMCE Spellcheck behavior
  • TinyMCE Spellcheck profile options

Installation

  1. Go to Plugins > Add New
  2. Click the Upload link
  3. Click Browse and locate the tinymce-spellcheck.x.x.zip file
  4. Click Install Now
  5. After WordPress installs, click on the Activate Plugin link

FAQ

There’s a bug. How do I contribute?

Please use [the Github repo(https://github.com/mmuro/TinyMCE-Spellcheck) to contribute bug fixes.

Where do I go for support?

This plugin is unsupported. If there’s a bug, please use the Github repo.

Contributors & Developers

“TinyMCE Spellcheck” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Interested in development?

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Changelog

Version 1.3 – Aug 01, 2014

  • Update security of some AJAX calls to check for nonce and referer
  • Fix bug to remove <span>s from highlighted words

Version 1.2 – Apr 18, 2014

  • Update plugin for compatibility with WordPress 3.9

Version 1.1 – Jan 28, 2014

  • Fix bug where a JS file was not loading properly

Version 1.0 – Aug 08, 2013

  • Plugin launch