ckeditor spell check installation

nanospell is easy to install on almost any web environment:

There are no installers, msi files or .exes to run. Just upload one folder and go. The installation will never require you to modify CKEditor and supports CDN.

Installing nanospell into CKEditor

Step 1 - Download It

Download NanoSpell and unzip it anywhere in your web project.

ASP.Net Users: ASP.Net & Mono users must also copy the NanoSpell.dll from /nanospell/bin into your own /bin directory. Alternatively you may set up a web site service or virtual directory at the 'nanospell' folder path in IIS Manager.

Step 2 - Test

Browse to /nanospell/getstarted.html
The page will verify that the software is working 100%, and even provide personalized code examples.

Step 3 - Code

Just copy a few lines of js code into your web page to get started.

<script src="https://cdn.ckeditor.com/4.4.5.1/standard/ckeditor.js"></script>
<script src="path/to/nanospell/autoload.js"></script>
<textarea id='editor1'>...</textarea>				
<script>CKEDITOR.replace( 'editor1');</script>

<script>
 nanospell.ckeditor('editor1',{
    dictionary : "en",  // 24 free international dictionaries  
    server : "php"      // can be php, asp, asp.net or java
 }); 
</script>

Read more about compatibility, settings and dictionaries.



Download NanoSpell spell check plugin for ckeditor
It takes less than 5 minutes to get started!

Compatibility

CKEditor Compatibility

NanoSpell for ckeditor works with CKEditor version 4 and above. This includes hosted/CDN versions of CKEditor!

Web Server Compatibility

NanoSpell spellchecker for ckeditor can be installed on any Linux, Windows or OS X server which has support for: PHP 5, ASP, ASP.Net or Java.

This is true even if your app is written in another programming language such as ColdFusion, Python, Perl or Ruby.

Downloading NanoSpell spellchecker for ckeditor and running the getstarted.html file will automate the process, and provide step-by step help.

Java Users

To set up the CKEditor spell-check on Java web servers you must use the php-java-bridge.

Client Browsers Compatibility

To create a clean user experience, the spellchecker is compatible with the same browsers as CKEditor, including: