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    (@81-1)


    I was literally about to buy your plugin, anyway I had deactivated it last night (the free version).
    I was working on a blog and I saw some words marked in RED I was like WTF these were incorrect spelling mistakes but then I went into the code.
    You plugin literally add code into the post / page saying there is a spelling mistake. I have a website with around 300 posts / pages. I now have to go through ALL of them to make sure your code isn’t residual left there. Sure if I fix the spelling mistake its gone but if I do a sitewide search for mistakes it now means its potentially every page. Here are 2 examples:
    1. <span class=”hiddenSpellError wpgc-passive” style=”background: #59c033;”>can be</span>

    To make it WORSE your product embedded code into Visual Composer code…. it does not appear in search so now I have to go through every page line by line to manually remove your code UNLESS you can find a solution.
    [vc_single_image <span class=”hiddenSpellError wpgc-complex” style=”background: #a3c5ff;”><span class=”hiddenSpellError wpgc-complex” style=”background: #a3c5ff;”><span class=”hiddenSpellError wpgc-complex” style=”background: #a3c5ff;”><span class=”hiddenSpellError wpgc-complex” style=”background: #a3c5ff;”>image</span></span></span></span>=”10735″ img_size=”large” add_caption=”yes” alignment=”center” qode_css_animation=”” css=”.vc_custom_1533125371709{padding-top: 5px !important;padding-bottom: 5px !important;}”]

    Why would you not just design this smarter and keep the info in a database instead of populating code in the page itself. Contact me ASAP

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  • Plugin Author WP Spell Check

    (@wpspellcheck)

    Hi there,
    Unless you go through the pages and open them and save the page, the code won’t be injected into any other pages.

    We will have to take a look and see why it is happening on your site. Please email us at support at wpspellcheck.com so we can look into this issue.
    Thanks

    Plugin Author WP Spell Check

    (@wpspellcheck)

    We also tried to fix this issue with the latest version of our plugin. Do you have the latest version, 6.8.3, installed?

    Hi thank you for the fast response, I have updated to the latest version. I will email you as suggested.

    Plugin Author WP Spell Check

    (@wpspellcheck)

    sounds good.

    Plugin Author WP Spell Check

    (@wpspellcheck)

    For the page that opened and had code injected, just close the tab without saving or updating the page. That should get rid of the injected code.
    Thanks

    Plugin Author WP Spell Check

    (@wpspellcheck)

    The issue mentioned here was from our previous version 6.8.2 and we got it fixed in 6.8.3.
    Thanks

    Plugin Author WP Spell Check

    (@wpspellcheck)

    @brey1013
    please let us know about the following so we can work on a fix for the issue:
    1- WordPress version
    2- PHP version
    3- Version of WP Spell Check
    4- Name of the Theme/Framwork
    Thanks

    Plugin Author WP Spell Check

    (@wpspellcheck)

    @81-1
    We just released a new version with a fix for the issue you were experiencing. Please double check and let us know if the issue is fixed on your end.
    Thanks

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