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Will this work with WordPress and is it better than spell check in WP?

I use Grammarly premium version, however sometimes when I plain paste in a Google Word, it is still finds mistakes, which makes me wonder?

How you plan to spell check in WP?





Always paste plain so you do not carry on any codes, i.e. Ctrl + Shift + V

Hey, Abie,

I also use Grammarly Pro, but sometimes the improvement turns out to be a bit weird. First, you improve something (on their advice), and then you have to put it back to the original... Especially there is also stumbling about names and the like... But: if you pay a little attention, you take that in. Because above all: it's a good program!

Best regards,

I’m not sure if one is better than the other, but Iñif you use Microfosft editor I would paste the content into a plain notepad document and then copy and paste it into the WordPress editor.

Microsoft word was notorious for adding formatting characters if you copied and pasted content directly from Word to a website. I don’t know if Microsoft Editor suffers the same problem or not, but using notepad as an intermediary will ensure those characters don’t make it into your website.

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Microsoft editor: spelling & grammar checker?

Microsoft editor: spelling & grammar checker?

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Will this work with WordPress and is it better than spell check in WP?

I use Grammarly premium version, however sometimes when I plain paste in a Google Word, it is still finds mistakes, which makes me wonder?

How you plan to spell check in WP?





Always paste plain so you do not carry on any codes, i.e. Ctrl + Shift + V

Hey, Abie,

I also use Grammarly Pro, but sometimes the improvement turns out to be a bit weird. First, you improve something (on their advice), and then you have to put it back to the original... Especially there is also stumbling about names and the like... But: if you pay a little attention, you take that in. Because above all: it's a good program!

Best regards,

I’m not sure if one is better than the other, but Iñif you use Microfosft editor I would paste the content into a plain notepad document and then copy and paste it into the WordPress editor.

Microsoft word was notorious for adding formatting characters if you copied and pasted content directly from Word to a website. I don’t know if Microsoft Editor suffers the same problem or not, but using notepad as an intermediary will ensure those characters don’t make it into your website.

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