spellcheck HTML Attribute

The "spellcheck" attribute in HTML is used to indicate whether the spell-checking functionality should be applied to an element or not. When this attribute is set on an element, it will enable or disable the browser's built-in spell-checking functionality for the element. The attribute can be set to either "true" or "false". If the attribute is set to "true", spell-checking will be enabled for the element, if it's set to "false" spell-checking will be disabled for the element.

For example, in the following code snippet, the spellcheck attribute is set to "true" for a text input element:


<input type="text" spellcheck="true">

When spell-checking is enabled for an element, the browser will underline any misspelled words with a red squiggly line, and will also provide suggestions for correctly spelling the word.

It's worth noting that the spellcheck attribute is widely supported by all modern browsers, and also it is a standard attribute, which means it is part of the official HTML specification.

In summary, the "spellcheck" attribute in HTML is used to indicate whether the spell-checking functionality should be applied to an element or not. When this attribute is set on an element, it will enable or disable the browser's built-in spell-checking functionality for the element. It can be set to either "true" or "false", and when spell-checking is enabled, the browser will underline any misspelled words with a red squiggly line and will provide suggestions for correctly spelling the word. It is widely supported and is a standard attribute, which means it is part of the official HTML specification.