Today I decided, in a mad fit of boredom that probably indicates some form of obsessive behaviour, to validate my site with the English language along with XHTML(!) So I’ve gone over everything with a fine toothed comb (well, really a spell-checker) trying to hunt down every last mistake. Including all my old blog posts. I’ve probably missed loads, but it’s a start at least.
How was I supposed to know it’s spelt Dormouse anyway!?!
P.S. I can guess exactly what will happen now – people will gleefully point out all the mistakes remaining.
P.P.S. I ran for 12mins 45 seconds around the school in PE today. Been doing the route for ages, but this is the first time I’ve timed myself. Check back next week to see if I’ve improved or not!
P.P.P.S. Nucleus needs an inbuilt spell-checker. I’ve gone paranoid and have copied and pasted this post into Word about 15 times now.
WOW! Thank you so much! This is going to make my life so much easier. As a small token of appreciation, I’ve added a link to TalkTrix.
Thanks a lot!
and in my post, there should be a closing parenthesis
I just gave up trying to get babbleblog to parse as XHTML strict – I’ve got like 300 posts to go back over and remove all the deprecated HTML
I really like the spell checker in Gmail – now if nucleus could intergrate something like that…
Give the extension posted (Spellbound) a try – it works really well
If you’re using firefox (which you should be), try spellbound. Its a spellchecker, works great.
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