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[web] Spelling and grammar checker

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Hi guys, is there a site or sotware that'll automatically scan your site/other and reports about grammar error/spelling error ?? I just made my site www.iplayallday.comand there's someone complaining that he can't understand my english.. this is bad for me since I want all of you can see it and I want to improve my site.. Can you take a look at my site and notice if there's something wrong with the language ?? or can you refer to me somekinda software to check my grammar and spelling ( I've done it using MS Word but as I can tell that it didn't work lol ).. thank you

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"Multiple exclamation marks are the sign of a diseased mind." - Terry Pratchett
MS Frontpage (as a web editor) has a spell checker built in.
Nice site though [grin]

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"Multiple exclamation marks are the sign of a diseased mind." - Terry Pratchett
oh my god !! i used it all the time in my writings .. am I sick or what ???
anyway benyryves : do you have complains about my english on my site ??

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I don't have any major complaints, just please remember to only use single question or exclamation marks. It's make you look like less of a n00b and people will take you more seriously... Good punctuation and simple grammar (such as capitals at the beginning of sentences) is the best bet.

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Also, useing the right tense when wording your sentences will help. Try using active phrases that promote the here and now; and try not to change the tense in the middle of a sentence.

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