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Posted 22 May 2010
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Improve spelling and grammar of your Articles and Tips

, 24 May 2010
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Use the tool "After the Deadline" to improve your spelling and grammar

Editorial Note

Having trouble writing or posting articles? These articles aim to gather together tips and tricks from authors and mentors to help you write great articles.

When writing for my WordPress blog I have used the WordPress plug-in "After the Deadline". As I am not native English, this helps me correct spelling and grammar errors.

Recently the same tool is released as an extension for Chrome and Firefox. Using this extension it is possible to use the tool with any form on webpage when it is viewed with Chrome or Firefox.

For example, I used it with the tip and article submission form on The Code Project. The best thing is that it is free for personal use :-D.

The homepage of the tool shows more information. Here are the Chrome extension and the Firefox extension.


This article, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)


About the Author

Patrick Kalkman
Netherlands Netherlands
Patrick Kalkman is a senior Software Architect with more than 20 years professional development experience. He works for SimpleTechture where he helps teams develop state of the art web applications.

Patrick enjoys writing his blog. It discusses agile software development. Patrick can be reached at

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