Spell check html can be disabled by modifying the document’s settings.
<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <body> <p spellcheck="false">This text will not be spell checked by the browser.</p> </body> </html>
The first line tells the browser that this is an HTML document.
The second line contains the opening tag, and the third line contains the closing tag. These tags tell the browser that everything between them is HTML code.
The fourth line contains the openingtag, and the fifth line contains the closing tag. These tags tell the browser that everything between them is the body of the HTML document.
The sixth line contains a
tag, which stands for “paragraph.” The spellcheck attribute is set to “false,” which means that this paragraph will not be spell checked by the browser.
How To Remove Spellcheck from Form Elements
To remove spellcheck from form elements in HTML, use the following code:
How to Disable Spell Checking from Input Box and Textarea
To disable spell checking in an input box or textarea in HTML, you can use the spellcheck attribute. For example: