Drupal Module tip: WYSIWYG SpellCheck (TinyMCE)

Previously I was exclusively using CKEditor as WYSIWYG editor on my Drupal sites. Since some time though I have gone over to TinyMCE. Main reason for that is performance. TinyMCE feels much snappier to work with and it also loads much faster.

One feature that doesn't come as standard with TinyMCE is spell checking. While browsers such as Firefox and Chrome has that built in these days, others like Internet Explorer does not. This is easy to fix this by installing the spell checker plugin.

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