The spellcheck attribute specifies that an element should be checking for spelling errors. It can be applied to elements that accept user input.
spellcheck attribute on a <textarea>.
Click on the textarea so it has focus. This will highlight all the spelling errors.
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spellcheck attribute is a hint to the browser to check an element for spelling errors.
This attribute is used with input, textarea, and elements with the contenteditable attribute set to true.
Non-editable elements are usually not checked for spelling errors.
The spellcheck value is inherited. If a parent element has
spellcheck set, then its child elements will be spellchecked.
If not set, the browser's default spellcheck functionality will be used.
spellcheck attribute is a global attribute that can be applied to any tag.
<tag spellcheck="true|false" />
|true||Element should be checked for spelling errors.|
|false||Element should not be checked for spelling errors.|
Here is when
spellcheck support started for each browser: