WP Spell Check

Description

The Fastest Proofreading plugin that allows you to find & fix Spelling errors, Grammar errors, Broken HTML & Shortcodes and, SEO Opportunities to Create a professional image and take your site to the next level.

Who is this program for?

  • Web developers or SEO agencies with large list of clients and looking for ways to optimize their processes and save time

  • Website owners that want to Proofread their site to improve their image online

  • Blog Owners with a ton of content and no extra time

  • Marketing managers that are responsible for company’s image but someone else creates content

  • If you have a disability that makes reading hard for you and would love a simple solution

WP Spell Check is for you if you want to…

  • Catch mistakes you may have missed
  • Help your team quickly Proofread their work and improve your process
  • pick up so many errors and typos you’d missed on old posts
  • Take your websites to the next level
  • Produce a comprehensive report on many errors and flaws on your site
  • Just point out errors with no hassle…
  • Find all the broken Shortcodes and broken HTML on your websites

Most people who use our plugin for the first time most likely:

  • Are a terrible typist and have horrible spelling
  • Have errors they missed visually
  • Have a disability that makes reading problematic (dyslexia)
  • Are developers who do not write the content but are nonetheless responsible for proper spellings!
  • SEO and web agencies trying to find a way to improve Clients’ websites and improbe their processes

By using WP Spell Check you will be able to:

  • Quickly and easily create and maintain a professional image for your customers. An image your customers want to invest in on a daily basis
  • Proofread your entire site within minutes and catch all spelling and grammar mistakes you may have missed
  • Pick up so many errors and typos you had missed on old posts and help your team maintain a professional web presence.
  • Take you to the next level with a program that is fairly easy to use and understand
  • Produce a comprehensive report on many spelling, grammar and SEO flaws that exist on your website

That’s why WP Spell Check is the Ultimate Proofreading Tool to help you maintain a professional image and catch the mistakes you have made through a proven step by step system to proofread your website find and fix the errors.

What our customers say about WP Spell Check…

Works Perfectly Amazing

It helped us to find a lot of hidden content on the site that was hurting us with SEO. a lot of Lorem Spam here and there and multi languages details we didn’t see. The template had many small things which we didn’t use and they are all discovered. I like this plugin a lot.Thank you

Truly a great plugin

Truly a great plugin for the developer who does not write the content but is nevertheless responsible for proper spellings!Misspelled words create an image of poor design

Presentation is everything!

Other than broken links, misspelled words create an image of poor design. WP Spell helps our team maintain a professional web presence.

Adam Halpern, Houston, USA

Worked Great for me

I emailed the support team about 1 small bug I found, and they fixed it immediately, thanked me, and followed up. Couldn’t be happier. I didn’t realize how many spelling mistakes my site had till I ran these scans. Thanks!!

by electroset

You’ve helped take me to the next level

WP Spell Check picked up so many errors I’d missed on old posts. There’s nothing less professional than a website with spelling mistakes, so you’ve helped take me to the next level.

Nigel Coates, Gold Coast, Australia

License

Copyright: 2018 Persyo Inc (coded in CANADA)

Screenshots

  • The WP Spell Check Spelling Errors Scan Results Page
  • The WP Spell Check Grammar Scan Results Page
  • The WP Spell Check SEO Opportunities Scan Results Page
  • The WP Spell Check Broken Code Scan Results Page
  • The WP Spell Check General Options
  • The WP Spell Check Spellcheck Options
  • The WP Spell Check Grammar Options
  • The WP Spell Check SEO Opportunities Options
  • The WP Spell Check Accessibility Options
  • The WP Spell Check Ignore List page
  • The WP Spell Check My Dictionary Page
  • The WP Spell Check Editor Highlights

Installation

Extract the zip file and just drop the contents in the wp-content/plugins/ directory of your WordPress installation and then activate the Plugin from the Plugins page.

FAQ

Installation Instructions

Extract the zip file and just drop the contents in the wp-content/plugins/ directory of your WordPress installation and then activate the Plugin from the Plugins page.

How do I find Short Codes that are not working on my WordPress website?

When a shortcode is not working on your WordPress website, it will be displayed on the HTML output of the page like this: [contact form content 8768768g].

WP Spell Check scans and finds the ones that are not working and displays them on the results page so you can fix the shortcode and get your website to function properly again.

What are empty fields? Why should I bother finding them?

Empty fields are fields on various areas of your website that would normally be filled out to help your SEO. Finding them and filling them out will help you improve your SEO rankings.

Does the FREE plugin check everything on my website?

The FREE plugin only checks contents of pages and posts on your website. For a more extensive check on everything on your website, you can purchase our premium version www.wpspellcheck.com. The premium version checks your entire website

Reasons to upgrade to “WP Spell Check Pro”

Save time, and embarrassment and get the benefits listed on this page https://www.wpspellcheck.com/purchase-options/

Do you provide support with this plugin?

We do Not offer support for installation of the product on your website. With the purchase of the plugin, you will receive one year of updates to the plugin. We will be releasing updates with added features and improvements.

Are there other languages available for this plugin?

Right now the plugin supports three languages including American, Canadian and British English. Check our Twitter and Facebook Page for future news. Sign for our newsletter on our website to stay updated with our news.

How many languages does the plugin support?

As of now, it supports 3 versions of English for Canadian, American and British English. You can choose your language on the menu option

What are the benefits of getting WP Spell Check Pro?

The software checks your entire website for spell check. You do not have to go through pages, posts, titles, descriptions, forms, menus, slugs
etc to check spelling. The plugin does this for you and shows you the spelling mistakes.

Can WP Spell Check handle large websites?

WP Spell Check is designed to handle websites with tens of thousands of pages and posts if needed. These scans can take several minutes for extremely large websites, and some web servers may prevent WP Spell Check from running a scan for long periods of time. If you are experiencing difficulty with scanning websites with a large number of pages and posts, please consult your hosting company.

How long do scans take?

When running a scan, WP Spell Check gives you an estimate for how long it will take based on the number of pages and posts that your website has. Depending on your web server’s computing power, your scanning times may be higher or lower than the estimated time.

How do I add multiple words to My Dictionary or Ignore list?

Select the words and from the top or button menu select the desired action. You can only add to the dictionary or add to ignore list at the same time.

What is my ignore list?

The words that are added to the ignore list, will simply be ignored and will not show up on the scan results anymore.

What is My Dictionary?

We have created My Dictionary for your custom words or words that are used but they are not in the dictionary yet.

You can Add, Edit or delete words from My Dictionary.

The basic version of WP Spell Check has some social media and common internet names added to My Dictionary. We will continue to build the My Dictionary list for your convenience.

I see some words already on My Dictionary, why?

For your convenience, we have added some common internet and Social Media names that are not included in the dictionary. You can edit or delete these words as needed.

If I update words on my pages/post, is it going to damage my website?

In some cases, the CSS codes are set up for certain word size/length. If you change and apply a suggested spelling, it may change the looks of your page/s and your pages may need to get fixed as a result. Talk to your webmaster if you are not sure about doing this. WP Spell Check does not take responsibility for changing your website layout as a result of applying suggested spellings.

Should I back up my website before installing WP Spell Check?

YES. We definitely recommend backing up your database and other components before installing Any new plugin. We do not take responsibility for any arising conflicts with other 3rd party plugins.

How do I benefit from WP Spell Check?

If you have a website with 500 pages/posts, imagine how long it would take to go through every page and check, page content, tags, categories, SEO title and description etc. WP Spell Check Scans your entire site within minutes and prints out a list of errors that shows the page and where the error was found. You can save a lot of time and embarrassment by purchasing WP Spell Check Pro.

Is the Free version going to be developed?

Yes, both the Free Version and the Pro version will be updated together.

Which parts of my website gets checked for spelling?

Visit https://wpspellcheck.com/purchase-options/ for a complete list. New website components will be added in our future releases. Visit our Facebook and Twitter page for updates.

Does this plugin check my website for grammar?

Yes, it does. In version 6.x we added the ability to check your WordPress website or spelling errors.

How does this plugin work?

The plugin runs in the background of your WordPress website and scans all parts of your website for spelling & grammar errors.

What issues can happen with updating slugs?

Some links to pages and posts can be hard coded to go to a specific URL. Such links will not get automatically updated when you update a page or post slug with WP Spell Check.

Links that will be updated include menus which are managed via the WordPress administration panel and blog feeds which automatically display the latest blog posts.

Why does my API Key not work?

There are a variety of reasons that an API key might not work. To fix this, you can try:

  1. Ensure that the API Key has been entered correctly

  2. Ensure that the Website’s URL has been entered correctly

  3. Ensure that WP Spell Check Pro or Enterprise versions are installed and activated in your WordPress plugin directory page

  4. Log into your profile page and check that your account has not expired.

If the problem persists, please contact us.

Does WP Spell Check Support WordPress Multisite?

WP Spell Check supports WordPress Multisites. You can install it through the Network Admin Dashboard, and it will set up for every site on the network.

What does the Cleanup Database and Deactivate button do?

The “Clean up Database and Deactivate button” will go through and remove all database entries that WP Spell Check has created and then deactivate itself. If you wish to continue using WP Spell Check after, you can reactivate it on the WordPress plugins page and it will do the necessary database setup.

Why isn’t the scan finishing on my websites?

This is an error that can happen as a result of insufficient PHP memory on the server. To confirm this, check your server’s PHP error log. If a scan is not completing due to memory limits, To stop it, click on Stop Scan

If you are seeing this error then you will need to increase your PHP memory limit to one of the following:

  • 256 MB

  • 512 MB

Check with your hosting provider to see what is the maximum amount of memory available on your server.

Does WP Spell Check scan Divi Themes?

WP Spell Check handles Divi based themes for WordPress and scans the content output of the Divi Shortcodes. If a shortcode is appearing in your WP Spell Check Results list as an error, then the shortcode isn’t working.

I have Pro version & I noticed errors not showing up in the scan results. How come it’s not being picked up?

The PRO version will scan the first 1000 pages and posts on your website. If you have more pages on your website, the remaining pages and posts will not be checked for errors. If you need to scan more, the Enterprise version will scan an unlimited number of pages and posts. You can upgrade to Enterprise from within your account while you are logged in.

I have more questions, where should I go?

We more questions answered on our website. Feel free to visit www.wpspellcheck.com

Reviews

Has potential but too many problems

Too many things didn’t work or had bugs. I was using it on a development site, which perhaps caused some of the issues, but that would be a common use case. Final straw was the additional html tags injected in my original content. I really wanted this to work as it has great potential.

Nuked my site

I installed this as I wanted to ensure that my spelling was up to scratch on the content I published but this plugin ended up Error 500 my site. Had to contact my hosting provider to get them to manually remove it as I couldn’t access my site nor control panel at all.

Lmfao. Please tell me you are kidding

The people that gave this a positive review are either incredibly bad writers or they know the guy that has this plugin and are simply trying to give him a good rating. The plug in WORKS. Logistically. However, functionally? It sucks. I just wrote out a sentence riddled with errors:

well, this just goes to show were going to have to wait until next tuesday for the new Update. in the meantime, we will need to consistntly blah blah blah.

The thing completely skipped the lowercase in W(ell), the upper case in U(pdate), the lower case in T(uesday), the lower case in ‘In” it skipped “consistently” entirely lol. You get the drift. It skipped everything that was wrong lol.

I hate grammarly because they do not work well with WordPress. But I would use them over this plugin any day of the week lol. Come on, guy. You could have had something good here!

works perfectly amazing

It helped us to find lot of hidden content on the site that was hurting us with SEO. lot of Lorem Spam here and there and multi languages details we didn’t see. The template had many small things which we didn’t use and they are all discovered. I am like this plugin a lot.

Thank you

Read all 15 reviews

Contributors & Developers

“WP Spell Check” 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

6.8

  • Fixed an error where words added to the dictionary list would show up as misspelled errors
  • Fixed an error where words added to the ignore list would show up as misspelled errors
  • Fixed an error where highlight code from the editor page could get injected into the page content
  • Updated spellcheck scanner to address unicode special characters
  • Fixed an error where Broken HTML was being classified as Broken Shortcode
  • Various bug fixes and improvements

6.7.4

  • Fixed an error where the API key would not validate
  • Various bug fixes and improvements

= 6.7.3=
– Fix an error where the options page would not display properly
– Various bug fixes and improvements

= 6.7.2=
– Various bug fixes and improvements

6.7.1

  • Made adjustments to the results page UI
  • Other performance improvements

6.7

  • Speed and other performance improvements
  • Added support for French characters
  • Fixed database issues with Huge IT Slider updates
  • Double checked and fixed compatibility issues with the following page builder plugins: Beaver Builder, Elementor, and Page Builder by SiteOrigin

6.6

  • Speed, memory and other performance improvements

6.5

  • Added new feature to Export and Import Plugin Settings, Ignore List, and My Dictionary

  • Added new feature for one-click upgrades for WP Spell Check Pro from the WordPress Plugin page

6.4

  • Added new feature to provide support for #OpenDyslexic font designed for people with Dyslexia

  • Other bug fixes and improvements

  • Added over 65000, first/last names to the spell check list

  • Added funtionality to find the number of Broken Codes on your website

  • Pro now has a medical dictionary with over 75,000 words added to the list

6.3

  • Speed and memory improvements for Spell Check and SEO scan functions

  • Fixed an issue where the grammar highlight could interfere with input forms on a page

  • Fixed an issue with the JavaScript that could cause buttons to become non-responsive on the editor page

  • Pro Version: Fixed an issue where the API Key is displayed as invalid after entering a valid key for the first time

  • other bug fixes and improvements

6.2

  • Pro: Added new feature to find broken HTML and broken Shortcodes

  • Updated spell check dictionaries with city names in Canada and United States and UK, social media names, apps and more

  • other bug fixes and improvements

6.1

  • Added a list of close to 12,000 most common first names and last names to the dictionary

  • Pro Version: Added new Button to show Broken Shortcodes on Spell check results (great for checking website issues)

  • Fixed issue with the search bar on the results list not working

  • Other bug fixes and improvements

6.0

  • Added new feature to scan websites for Grammar

  • Added new feature to spellcheck and grammar check an individual page

  • Added the ability to apply a fix for a spelling error to all repetitions of the error on the website

  • Other bug fixes and improvements

5.3

  • Added support for Divi Theme from Elegant Themes

  • Added support for Lightbox effects

  • Improved shortcode handling in website content

  • Checked compatibility with WordPress 4.7

5.2

  • Added option to disable scanning of pages and posts marked as drafts

  • Fixed an issue on the results page where update confirmation messages could be displayed incorrectly

5.1

  • Fixed an issue where highlight words could cause conflicts with other plugins

  • Optimized load times for results page

  • Optimized scan times for spell check scanner

  • Optimized scan times for empty fields scanner

  • Minor bug fixes and improvements

  • Added button to stop current scans in progress

  • Base version now scans up to 500 pages and posts

5.0

  • Added new feature to scan for empty fields

  • Fixed an issue where parts of a URL from YouTube embed code could show up in the results list

  • Shortcodes that are not functional will now be shown in the results list as a single spelling error

  • Fixed an issue where updating words on a page with multiple similar occurrences of the same word could result in all words being altered

  • Other minor changes

4.9

  • Added new feature to scan Blog authors, main Site title, and Tagline (it comes up under author scan)

  • Increased the accuracy of time estimates for individual scans

  • Fixed an issue where the results page would not refresh upon a scan being finished

  • Fixed an issue where words with apostrophe such as (you’d) would show up on results even if added to ignore list and dictionary before

  • Added ability to add words to dictionary on My Dictionary page

  • Fixed an issue where words could be added to both ignore list and My dictionary. Now each word can only be on one list

  • Pro Version: Added new feature to scan SEO titles and descriptions for authors

  • other minor changes

4.8

  • Added new error message to show when a scan did not finish properly as a result of Timeout, Memory Issue, or other PHP errors.

  • Fixed an issue where a contraction word could be broken up on the scan results

  • Pro Version: Added new feature to scan descriptions and slugs of Tags

  • Pro Version: Added new feature to scan descriptions and slugs of Categories

  • Pro Version: Added new error message to show when a scan did not finish properly as a result of Timeout, Memory Issue, or other PHP errors.

  • Pro Version: Updated Plug-in compatibility with WooCommerce, WP-eCommerce, and Huge IT Slider

4.7

  • Updated scanner code to help with PHP timeout and memory errors

  • Updated scanner code to increase efficiency

  • Minor bug fixes

4.6

  • Fixed an issue where dismissing the upgrade notice could result in an insufficient permissions error

  • Fixed the Tutorials link in the admin menu

  • Fixed an error on the scan results page that caused the last scan showing no time taken

  • Improved scan code to better detect punctuation within words

  • Fixed an issue where a scan could run forever

  • Fixed an issue where the number of errors found on the rest of the website was incorrect

  • Minor bug fixes

4.5

  • Bug fixes.

4.4

  • Bug fixes.

4.3

  • Bug fixes.

4.2

  • Fixed an issue where words beginning with ‘s would be incorrectly scanned

  • Changed bulk edits so only one option may be selected per word. The selected option will be highlighted for easier notice.

  • Fixed an issue where the update notification would show up on the latest version

4.1

  • Fixed a PHP warning with PSpell

  • Added a search feature to the Results, My Dictionary, and Ignore List Page

4.0

  • Added the ability to bulk edit on the results page to allow saving multiple changes to save time (this will save you a lot of time)

  • Fixed issue where a word would not be added to the ignore list

  • Fixed issue where a word on the ignore list would show as a misspelled word

  • Pro: added the ability to highlight misspelled words on pages and posts

3.0

  • Updated spell check code to no longer require the PSpell extension

  • WP Scanner page will now automatically refresh when a scan finishes

  • Added tutorials to the website

2.2

  • Added menu for [tutorials](https://www.wpspellcheck.com/tutorials/) on WP Spell Check

2.0

  • Added support for WordPress Multisite

  • Added option to clean up database and deactivate plugin

1.4

  • Updated the numbers for errors found on other parts of your website to include the errors for sliders and media files

  • Updated URL and Email ignore settings to better detect email and URL addresses

  • Updated the code to show more accurate numbers for errors found on the website.

  • Added support for dynamic loading of the pspell extension if PHP does not load it automatically. If your server does not support dynamic loading and you are unable to run the pspell extension, please contact your hosting company.

  • If you see any issues with the plugin, please submit a feature request at the bottom of any WP Spell Check page and we will address it as soon as possible.

1.3

  • Fixed an issue where the dictionary files could not be found

1.2

  • Fix for the plugin header

  • Added new FAQs

1.0

  • Release Version