In brief, ASPSpellCheck is installed by copying the downloaded directory "ASPSpellCheck" to the root of your website.
- E.g. /ASPSpellCheck in your website or localhost
You can add a spell-check link or button to almost any Form Field or HTML element within your application using the ASPSpellLink Class.
Its basic usage is shown below:
<!--#include virtual="/ASPSpellCheck/ASPSpellInclude.inc"--> <textarea id="MyTextArea" name="MyTextArea" cols="30" rows="10" > Hello World. Ths iz a tezt sampl. </textarea> <% dim myLink set myLink = new AspSpellLink myLink.fields="MyTextArea" ''Sets the Field id(s) to be spell-checked response.write myLink.imageButtonHTML("","","") response.write myLink.spellAsYouType() set myLink=nothing %>
You can install additional language dictionaries such as French, Spanish, German, Dutch, Portuguese and many Specialized English dictionaries. The dictionaries have the file extension .dic.
To install these dictionaries - first download them from https://www.aspspellcheck.com/manual/asp-spellcheck-dictionaries.asp and place them in the "dictionaries" directory within your ASPSpellCheck Directory.