Every blogger or writer knows about the red lines. These occur when text editors don’t have a word that has been typed in their database and, thus, they mark it as a spelling error. However, sometimes it is easier to write a text without being constantly reminded about errors.
I can focus better on writing when I don’t see red lines below every other word I wrote. When there is also programming code, weird names, specialist technical terms, etc. in a text, the amount of red lines can be overwhelming.
Therefore, I like to disable the spelling check feature of my text editor while I type. Then, when I am done typing, I turn it back on to see whether there are any errors present in the text.
When using WordPress,
Or use the spellcheck buttons to enable or disable the feature. These are usually marked with the letters ABC.
In most cases text editors are much the same. Simply look for a setting with
spelling in its name and you will soon find out how to disable the red lines in any text editor.
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