Archive for November 20th, 2010
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Respelt is a free online spell checker that helps you spell check your documents, Web pages and even RSS feeds. Like most spelling checker, Respelt will precisely point out your spelling errors in red to draw your attention and give alternate correct suggestions.
Respelt is very easy to use. You just have to copy and paste the content in the text box and click “Check Spelling” button on the Respelt site. If you have the URL of the website, blog or RSS feed, enter it in the respective box on the homepage and the tool will highlight your mistakes. If you register for a Respelt account, you can get your own personal dictionary that allows you to teach Respelt about words that it mistakenly qualifies as spelling errors. Also, you can enter RSS feeds of your sites and Respelt will check your site every day and notify you via email if it finds any spelling errors in your articles.
I think Respelt is a great Web tool for teachers and students. Furthermore, Respelt is free and it requires no downloads and quickly checks spelling on your Website’s content.