Easy integration with your Web forms
required. The included user's guide and example programs show you how.
Client-based spell checking
Wintertree Spell Check Applet runs entirely on the client, so your
server isn't bogged down by processing spelling-check requests.
No server programming
Unlike other products, absolutely no server modifications or
programming are needed. The client's browser takes care of
downloading the applet, and the applet takes care of everything else
Compatible with both Netscape and Internet Explorer.
Internet / Intranet
Works with Internet and intranet Web-based forms.
Editable user dictionaries
Edit user dictionaries through a Web form.
Undo previous user corrections by clicking a single button.
Set common spell check options through a Web form. Option settings
are saved persistently.
Supports multiple main dictionary files.
Users can add words to a personal dictionary at run time. User
dictionary is saved persistently.
Misspelled word handling
Supports "ignore all" and "replace all"
Offers intelligent suggestions for misspelled words using
typographical (looks like) matching, phonetic (sounds like) matching,
Automatically or conditionally corrects common misspellings (e.g.,
automatically replace recieve with receive). Dictionary containing
hundreds of common English misspellings and correct replacements is included
Optionally detects doubled words (e.g., Paris in the the spring)
Comes with 100,000-word, 50,000-word, and 25,000-word American,
Canadian, and UK English main dictionaries
Dictionaries in several European languages, plus medical and legal
supplements to the English dictionaries, are available.
Reports america as a capitalization error and offers America as a replacement
Spell Check Applet is licensed on a per-server basis. Unlike other
products, there are no limits on the number of clients and no
per-client fees to pay.
Free technical support included
Localizable user interface
Text strings displayed in the applet's user interface can be changed
for easy translations
Optionally skips over any HTML markups in the text being spell-checked