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WBOSS is a Web-based spell checker that when run, checks a form field for spelling errors. It allows the user to verify and choose the changes, then inserts the text back in the form.


Recent releases

  •  01 May 2003 19:11

    Release Notes: Semi-beta release. Core is stable with major CSS/HTML changes, to facilitate display in older browsers and a better look for all browsers. Beta components are international character support and true custom dictionary support. Both can be disabled if problems arise, and development on them cannot continue without broad user input, so all users are encouraged to upgrade.

    •  01 Mar 2002 19:51

      Release Notes: Changing the HTML to make CSS disabled by default due to bugs in Netscape 4.x.

      •  25 Jan 2002 18:36

        Release Notes: This release adds a security feature to prevent other sites from linking directly to the script, and a customizable ignore words dictionary feature.

        •  21 Jan 2002 21:45

          Release Notes: The HTML has been updated to use style sheets. It is now much prettier, and renders properly under Netscape.

          •  02 Dec 2001 08:23

            Release Notes: An update to javascript was added. The spell check window is now closed after inserting corrections.


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