After the Deadline: WordPress Spell Checking Plugin

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Good spellings and grammar is first priority to have great and compelling content. Having fewer mistakes in article always add more value in it and people love to enjoy articles with fewer mistakes.

We as Indian bloggers always face difficulties to write great content and to produce same tone as foreign bloggers. English is not our first language so having difficulty in it is very obvious. But the thing is we must keep putting our efforts to improve the skills and to learn new things. Yesterday I wrote about Windows Live Writer which is a software from Microsoft to help you do better writing on editor.

I confess that I was making many small mistakes while writing and those mistakes were even non-catchable after proofreading.

So I decided to look for the option which can help me to make as fewer mistakes as I can.


After the deadline is such a plugin which can help you to rectify the mistakes if there are any. This is available as Firefox Addon, Chrome Extension and WordPress plugin.

How to Install?

Installation of this plugin is very easy and simple.

1. Go to Plugins > Add New

2. Search After the Deadline


3. Click on Install Now and Activate the plugin.

How this works?

You need not to do any extra setting to run this plugin.

1. This plugin will automatically scan your article and when you will try to publish your article. It will give you popup to check your article.

Here is screenshot


2. Click on Cancel and it will start showing you all suggested modifications. All the suggested changed will be having Red and Green underlines. Click on that and it will show you correct word.

See Screenshot


After rectifying all the mistakes you can publish your article.


Final Word!!

This plugin will help you a lot to produce quality content with fewer mistakes. Start using is and see how much mistakes you were making in your previous articles.

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  1. Yash Vardhan says

    I too wrote about After the deadline plugin, but yours is much better than mine. This plugin works nice. But, still has some issues, hopefully they will improve it, in the updates to come.

    • says

      I have gone through your article. It’s good.

      Keep putting some personal touch information in articles, like I added screenshots.

      Thanks for becoming my loving reader.

  2. Tayyub Abbasi says

    Great articles. I like this. Many people wrote in different styles these plug in But I cannot understand those articles clear. You articles no doubt best. I understand it clear. Thanks for it.

  3. adeel hassan says

    its help me for writing articles on wordpress because my english is not enough good. Greate post with detail guide for me i download it and using it happily

  4. Nishant Srivastava says

    Great Plugin, another awesome tool is Ginger Spell and Grammar checker, try Ginger you will find that useful and that also works on ms word and other writing software.

  5. says

    great plugin bro. But I am Also using lots of plugin in blog. Can you say me. How many plugin. we can use on my blog. I have near about 20 – 25 plugin. and now about this plugin and post. It is and useful for every blogger and new writer :)

    • says

      Don’t use too heavy plugins on your blog. Check your blog speed at http://www.gtmetrix.com and see how much time it is taking to load. If it is taking 3-6 second then it is ok. If not, then disable all plugins and see it again.

      If there is any big difference then try to figure out the plugin which is loading your site.

  6. says

    Instead of using this single tool i would like to use jetpack Now this is built in with jetpack so no need to install it separately. Already have in my arsenal of web tools.

    • says

      Rakesh, JetPack is having a bug so I stopped using it.

      Any contributor on your blog can access this plugin on your blog.
      Try to login in your blog with any contributor profile and check it.

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