• It says the free version only handles up to 6 lamguages, and I only wanted a simple basic spellchecker for and English blog. Installed yesterday and it just worked, pretty simply, a lot like Microsoft spellcheckers with the words underlined and click on them for suggested spelling. However that was yesterday – today it tells me I have reached the trial limits! So its not a free version, its a 1 day limited trial…

    • This topic was modified 1 year, 10 months ago by SeaComms.
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  • Plugin Author WebSpellChecker


    Hello @seacomms,

    Thank you for your feedback and sorry to hear that you have a misconception about our product. You can keep using the free version of our plugin without limitations in period, but taking into account daily usage limitations. The details are below.

    The free version is limited to spell checking 10,000 words per day one a single website. Upon reaching the limit, it stops working until the next day. This information is in the description of the plugin: https://wordpress.org/plugins/webspellchecker/.

    Moreover, you can find an explanation of how the usage is calculated and when you will be able to continue using the free version in our FAQ:

    My website exceeded word usage quota. What does it mean?

    Hope that you keep using our WProofreader plugin for WordPress and enjoy its work.

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