spellcheck-1.0.4.tar.gz 18 May 2006
(Main changes: work regardless of register globals and define places should be avoided during checking and preview - avoid HTML, BBcode, pasted Scripts... )
name of the form is:user_form
name of the input field is:comment
2.Copy the following JS code into the <head> </head> area of page where your form reside:
3.Copy the following HTML code in the page where your form reside:
4. Final Steps:
spell_check.php must reside in the same directory where your form is. If you copy in other dir, please change the path to the script in:
(a).hidden_form: <FORM name="hidden_form" method="POST"action="path_to_the_script/spell_check.php?init=yes"
Spelling of other language (not English) is also possible if it is aspell supported. To do this change the line $int = pspell_new('en'); with appropriate letter (function.pspell-new). If you have any difficulties during the install and config I can offer free assistance via e-mail (or ICQ: 121014338 please write some 'spell check' words to the authorization subject). Any suggestions are welcome.
./configure --with-apxs2 --prefix=/usr --with-config-file-path=/etc --with-config-file-scan-dir=/etc/php.d --disable-cgi --enable-bcmath --with-pspellIf you using RedHat/Fedora all this is set by default.
rpm -qa | grep aspelloutput:
rpm -qa | grep pspelloutput:
Please report success,bugs at E-mail: naka (at) 1001Line dot net
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This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions; please refer to the GNU General Public License for details.