Vladimir Prelovac launches Respelt, online spell checking tool

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WordPress developer and entrepreneur Vladimir Prelovac launched Respelt, a spell-checking web app, in November. See the launch video after the jump below.

According to their site:

Respelt is a free online spell checker with a powerful feature set. It help you spell check your documents, web pages and even RSS feeds. Today, when sites are often judged in a blink of an eye, you want to make good first impression and Respelt will help you make sure you do not have any annoying spelling errors. Also spelling errors will cause your page to rank lower in search engines. By using Respelt you do not have to worry about it any more.

There is no plugin or download necessary, since Respelt operates primarily using RSS feeds. I checked our feed out and, aside from common internet and WordPress terms, we passed with flying colors. Consider our bakcs patted.

Prelovac authored WordPress Plugin Development under Packt Publishing last year, and blogs at Prelovac.com.

2 thoughts on “Vladimir Prelovac launches Respelt, online spell checking tool

  1. Then we’ll giggle at that mistake : “Consider our bakcs patted.” 😉
    Aside from that, I like the idea of Respelt but isn’t computers already doing the same ? As I’m writting this comment my mac is underlying almost every single word : no worry, the dictionnary is in french, it’s freaking out a bit but still, it would do it in english too and I’d be able to correct it. Or did I missed something ?

    • Glad you caught the “mistake” 🙂

      Re: computers spellchecking, I think it really depends. I only use browsers with spellchecking built in anymore, but there are plenty that can’t use those kinds of browsers. It never hurts to have another option!

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