I have been writing documentation lately as HTML pages for some projects. So I was wondering if anything exists out there which I can essentially copy and paste a HTML page and go through a spell checker that is HTML aware/smart. Meaning the checker will prompt for content rather tags and leave the tags alone. Any ideas?
Couldn't you just use any spellchecker and choose to skip over the HTML tags?
What program provides a spell checker with an option to skip over HTML tags?
Browsers with spell-checking addons installed (though I believe you mean the naked source code rather than output). Dreamweaver and I think HTML-Kit with plugins is able to do that and probably dozens of other web editors.
I think he meant, just hit the "ignore" button.
Yes - I use Bluefish and it has a spellcheck.
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