Grammarly is the best tool for checking grammar and spelling errors when writing your blog posts.
How do you use Grammarly on WordPress? How do you activate Grammarly?
In my post, I show you how Grammarly works with the WordPress editor.
Where Is Grammarly On WordPress?
Grammarly is not on WordPress. It is an internet browser extension.
You must install Grammarly to correct your grammar and spelling errors on WordPress.
Once installed on your browser, you must allow Grammarly access to your editor.
How To Install Grammarly On Chrome
For Chrome browsers, use the Chrome Web Store.
Search for Grammarly.
Select the Grammarly extension from the list.
Click Add To Chrome.
Confirm by selecting Add Extension.
After a few seconds, you get a confirmation message.
You have a Grammarly icon on your Chrome browser. If you don’t, you need to manage your extensions.
Ensure the pin icon is blue. Now the Grammarly icon is visible.
How To Install Grammarly On Firefox
Select the one-click install link on Grammarly’s homepage, then select Allow.
To continue, select ‘Add’.
Finally, Firefox confirms installation. Click Okay, Got It to remove the popup.
The Grammarly icon appears on your toolbar.
How To Use Grammarly
Open a free account and allow Grammarly access to your website.
Go to your blog post on WordPress admin, and click the Grammarly icon.
Check the setting for your website. For my site, the option to check errors is off.
Ensure this setting is on to get Grammarly to work on WordPress.
Now, Grammarly checks errors on WordPress.
As you write your content, Grammarly checks for spelling and grammar errors.
Red lines highlight errors.
To correct the error, hover your mouse over the word. Select the suggested correction to change.
One-click corrects the error.
Free account users have access to basic error correction. For more, you must upgrade to a Grammarly paid plan (*Paid Link).
How To Get More Error Information On A Free Account
Paste your blog post into a Grammarly document on your account dashboard to see more information about errors.
Click the Grammarly icon on your browser, and select New Document.
Copy your blog post content, and paste it into your new document.
I always copy and then paste my content using this method before I publish.
Grammarly gave me six error notifications on this blog post.
Yellow lines highlight errors.
Use the notifications to help you make corrections.
I corrected the text in the Grammarly document and on my blog post.
After correcting errors, you get a great job message.
Grammarly is an internet browser extension. It is not part of WordPress.
After activating, Grammarly checks spelling and grammar errors as you type.
Free accounts get access to basic error checking. For a more in-depth tool, you must upgrade.
Grammarly is the best error checker tool. I use it to error-check my blog posts before I publish them.
Sign up for a free Grammarly account (*Paid link) today.
Is Grammarly not working on your website? Visit my Grammarly Not Working On WordPress post to learn more.
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