If you usually do spelling mistakes while publishing the news post, you should be more careful writing a post. If you do spelling mistakes, it distracts readers and you will surely loose your loyal readers. It becomes worst if you have published a post with spelling mistake in title of the post. You can quickly edit the post but it is not nice if someone else found it before correction. So, it is better to check it twice before publishing the post.
By default, WordPress does not have something which checks and notify you for the spelling mistakes. So, you need to read your article twice to find these kind of mistakes. If still you need an easier way to avoid spelling mistakes in the post title, you can use ” Post Title Spell Check” WordPress plugin. This plugin adds a small code to the WordPress title input field. And then it will show you the error in modern browsers if there is any kind of spelling mistake. There is no settings page of the plugin.
I am writing about this plugin just to let you know that something like this exist. But there is no need to use this plugin if you take care while writing your post. If you are writing something wrong, browser itself shows error underline below the word. And this is what this plugin do. So, I couldn’t find anything special in this plugin. I uninstalled the plugin and then wrote the wrong spelling, I found that browser’s spell check was working fine. Then why to use this plugin?
If you want to avoid spelling mistakes in the WordPress posts, you can use after the dead line WordPress plugin. It shows you the spelling and grammar related errors and also suggests you how to fix. I personally use this plugin, because I usually do spelling mistakes while typing. And this can be a case with any one. When you try to publish the post, this plugin will warn you if there are spelling and grammar errors in the post.
Being true, “Post Title Spell Check” couldn’t impress me because I couldn’t find the reason to install it. Browser’s spelling check was still working without installing the plugin. And after installing, it was same.