DreamCatcher is a nifty utility to check for spelling errors on a web site
Version: 1.2.1DreamCatcher is software that spellchecks web sites.
Operating System: Mac OS X
A nightmare of both novice and advanced web developers is finding a misspelling in their work. What is worse is a client or an end user finding a misspelled word. You lose credibility and just generally look bad. The problem is that it is difficult to spell check a Web site -- that is where DreamCatcher comes in.
DreamCatcher is a nifty utility to check for spelling errors on a web site. DreamCatcher moves through the pages of a given site checking both the text on the site as well as the text of linked Microsoft Word and Adobe PDF documents. DreamCatcher makes it easy to find where the misspellings are located on your site by highlighting the words in a web viewer.
What's New in This Release:
· Two html parsers are now available: the classic regex based DreamCatcher parser and now the new XML Tidy based parser. The default remains the DreamCatcher parser, but you can switch over to Tidy via the preferences.
· Tidy is stricter and probably more "correct" than the old DreamCatcher parser but as a consequence of that it does not handle malformed pages as well. Both parsers seem to be about the same speed, but Tidy seems to use less memory so Tidy might be the better choice if you need to scan huge pages.