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Introduction

There are several ways to locate and repair misspelled words and potentially misspelled words. This guide gives instructions on each of the methods.


PageCorrect

List and repair misspelled words with PageCorrect.

  1. From the Monsido Domain Overview, click Select Domain. The Domain Overview page opens.

    Image showing the location of the Select Domain button.

  2. Click on the domain name. The Dashboard for the domain opens.

    Image showing the full dashboard view.

  3. Click PageCorrect (icon of a shield with a checkmark).

    Image showing the location of the PageCorrect button on the top menu bar.

  4. From the menu on the left-hand side of the page, click to view List.

    Image that shows the location of the List menu option on the left-hand side of the page, and the PageCorrect Content page that opens when the user clicks to navigate there.

    The PageCorrect Content page opens.

    Image of the PageCorrect Content landing page.

  5. Above the list, select a filter if needed.

    Image that shows the location of the filters list, above the table contents.

    • All

    • Spelling

    • Accessibility Source Code

    • Accessibility Check

    • Links

    • Custom

      The table has the fields:

      • Issue

      • Changed To

      • Updated At

      • Created At

      • Actions.

  6. On the same row as an issue, click Action.

    Image that shows the location of the Action button on the same row as an issue.

    The menu expands with the following options:

    • Update

    • Remove.

  7. Select Update. A dialog opens.

    Image that shows the dialog box that opens.

  8. In the field provided, enter the correct spelling for the word.

  9. Click Save. The dialog closes.

    For more information, see the User Guide chapter:


Prioritized Content

List misspelled words and potentially misspelled words, Ignore, or mark as Fixed with the Prioritized Content module.

  1. From the Monsido Domain Overview, click Select Domain. The Domain Overview page opens.

    Image showing the location of the Select Domain button.

  2. Click on the domain name. The Dashboard for the domain opens.

    Image showing the full dashboard view.

  3. Click Prioritized Content (the bell icon), on the menu bar.

    Image that shows the location of the Prioritized Content button on the menu bar.

    The Prioritized Content page opens.

    Image that shows the Prioritized Content landing page.

  4. Above the list, select a filter if needed.

    Image showing the location of the filters, above the results list.

    • All

    • Pages

    • PDF Documents

    • Other Documents.

  5. On the same row as a domain, click the number in the Notifications field. The menu expands.

    Image that shows the location of the Notifications button and the expanded menu.

  6. Click to select Misspellings. The number to the right of the window tells how many misspelled words are on the URL.

    The Misspellings page opens.

    Image that shows the location of the Misspellings option, from the menu on the left-hand side of the page.

  7. The columns on the list have these headers:

    • Word: The misspelled word.

    • Lookup in Google: Click to navigate to Google search results for the word.

    • Language: The language that is set for the default on the page.

  8. On the same row as a misspelled word, click Action.

Image that shows the location of the Action button and the expanded menu.

The menu expands with the following options:

  • Set to Fixed: Use this option when the issue is fixed on the CMS/HTML code of the website. Items that are marked as fixed are included in future scans.

  • Mark as Ignored: Use this option if links are incorrectly marked as broken.

    Note: The difference between Fixed and Ignore is that issues marked as Fixed are still included in future scans and can be flagged again if the error persists. Issues that are set to Ignore are permanently omitted from future scans and compliance scores.

  • Inspect (Magnifying glass icon): Click to navigate to the Web Browser Extension view of the page, where it is possible to see the location of the misspelling directly on the page. Skip to Web Browser Extension instructions.

For more information, see the User Guide chapters:


Web Browser Extension

Find misspelled words and their location on the page.

  1. Open the website and start the Monsido Web Browser Extension.

    For more information, see the User Guide chapter:

  2. On the web browser extension toolbar, click to select Content Issues (insect icon).

    Image that shows the location of the Content Issues button on the web browser extension.

    The menu expands.

  3. Select Quality Assurance to expand the menu further.

    Image that shows the location of the Quality Assurance option in the expanded menu.

    The issues list opens.

  4. In the Misspellings / Potential Misspellings section, click See Issues.

    Image that shows the See Issues button, in the Issues list on the right side of the page.

  5. Misspelled words are listed as either Confirmed misspelling or Potential misspelling.

    Image that shows how a misspelled word can appear with the indication of Confirmed Misspelling or Potential Misspelling.

  6. Use the buttons under the misspelling to:

    • Add word to dictionary: Add the word to the dictionary so that it will not be flagged as a misspelling in future scans.

    • Mark as fixed: Marks the misspelling as fixed. It will be included in subsequent scans and if the error returns, it will appear again in the misspelled words list. Select this option when the error is actually fixed by the web team on the HTML code of the webpage, or if it is a temporary (for example, in an unpublished state) known issue.

    • Mark as ignored: Ignore the misspelling. Use this option if you know the word is, in fact, OK (for example, a proper noun). Ignored misspellings are not included in subsequent scans and will not show up as misspelled words.

      Note: The difference between Mark as Fixed and Mark as Ignored is that issues marked as Fixed are still included in future scans and can be flagged again if the error persists. Issues that are set to Ignore are permanently omitted from future scans and compliance scores.

    • View HTML: Opens the HTML section and highlights the location of the misspelling.

    • Highlight on the page: Highlights the misspelled word on the page.

  7. Hover over the misspelled word for the option to search for the word in Google.

    Image that shows the location of the Google Search option.

    For more information, see the User Guide chapter:


Quality Assurance: Spellcheck

List misspellings and potential misspellings, add words to the dictionary, Ignore, or mark as Fixed with the Quality Assurance module.

  1. From the Monsido Domain Overview, click Select Domain. The Domain Overview page opens.

    Image showing the location of the Select Domain button.

  2. Click on the domain name. The Dashboard for the domain opens.

    Image showing the full dashboard view.

  3. Click Quality Assurance (the checkbox icon), on the toolbar.

    Image showing the location of the Quality Assurance button.

    The Quality Assurance page opens.

    Image showing the quality assurance dashboard view.

  4. Click Spellcheck from the menu on the left-hand side of the page.

    Image showing the location of the Spellcheck option in the menu on the left-hand side of the page..

    The menu expands with the following options:

    • Spellcheck Summary

    • Pages with Misspellings

    • Misspellings

    • Potential Misspellings

    • Dictionary

    • Ignored Misspellings

  • Spellcheck Summary: Click to open the Spellcheck Summary page. This dashboard view has three sections that show a summary of misspellings.

    • Action: Click the drop-down arrow on the same row as a potential misspelling and select the action to perform for this word. This action affects all instances of the word.

    • Confirm as misspelling: Approve this spelling of the word.

    • Add to dictionary: Approve this spelling and add it to the language dictionary so that future scans will not flag it as misspelled.

      For more instructions, see the User Guide Articles:

      Quality Assurance: Spellcheck

      Quality Assurance: Dictionary.

    • Add to dictionary for all languages: Approve this spelling (product names, for example) and add it to the language dictionary for all languages so that future scans do not flag it as misspelled.

      For more instructions, see the User Guide chapter:

    • Ignore Misspelling - Use this option:

      • If words, for example proper nouns or names, are marked as misspellings when they are not.

      • To ignore spelling issues on a single-page basis.

      • To ignore all other issues on a domain level.

        Note: Ignored issues will not be factored into future scans, and this permanently affects the compliance score.

      • Mark as fixed: Marks the misspelled word as fixed. It will be included in subsequent scans and if the error returns, it will appear again in the broken links list. Select this option when the misspelled word is actually fixed by the web team on the HTML code of the webpage, or if it is a temporary (for example, in an unpublished state) known issue.

      • Note: The difference between Mark as Fixed and Mark as Ignored is that issues marked as Fixed are still included in future scans and can be flagged again if the error persists. Issues that are set to Ignore are permanently omitted from future scans and compliance scores.

        For more information, see the User Guide chapters:


Additional Information

For more information, see the User Guide chapters:

PageCorrect

Prioritized Content

Web Browser Extension

Quality Assurance: Spellcheck

Quality Assurance: Dictionary

Priority, Severity, and Difficulty.

For further assistance, contact the Monsido support team at support@monsido.com or via the Monsido chat and help features inside the application.

Image of the dashboard showing the locations of the Help Center buttons.

See Monsido for Developers for documentation and advanced help files for developers.

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