Crowdspell is a free and small script that allows the reader of an article to correct a typo very easily and quickly.
#1 The reader or visitor discovers a typo.
#2 The reader selects the affected word(s).
#3 The reader clicks on the CrowdSpell bubble that now appears and corrects the typo.
#5 The blogger/site owner gets notified of the error:
Do you like it? Well here's the two lines of code you want to add to your site:Some crowdspell css:
<head> <link href="http://crowdspell.se/crowdspell.min.css" rel="stylesheet" /> </head>And then just one script tag:
<body> ... <script async src="http://crowdspell.se/crowdspell.min.js" id="crowdspell" data-apikey="253a4215-e516-41b4-b66f-66e4f6c804f3"></script> </body>
These scripts are available as open source.
Right. So you need an API-key in order for me to send you notifications.
The good news? It takes about 10 seconds and it's 100% free to get one.
I just want to confirm that the email that will be notified really belongs to you so that you're not doing any shenanigans.
I will strive to keep all issues and release notes fresh on the Github Repo for the crowdspell client. But in the mean time, this is some of the features I want to implement.
Have a pleasant day!
ps. If you're a developer who sometimes pastes code to markdown, you should check out my tool to convert tabs to spaces