Siteimprove's SiteCheck tool provides link check and spell check capabilities. The URL is www.siteimprove.com Log in with your customer login. If you are unsure of your login, please contact your Tier 1 liaison to open a ComIT service request.
The site summary / site overview page will appear.
This page first displays the Pages with the most broken links (Link check). If you continue to scroll down, you will find the Frequently occurring spelling errors (Spell check).
The Pages with the most broken links will be displayed underneath the following heading.
Underneath the Show errors heading will be a show-errors-red-alert image. To view the errors on the page, click on this show-errors-red-alert image.
A new window will appear with the page that has the broken link(s). Next to the broken link will be a flashing red frowning face image.
To fix the error, you should login to Percussion and update the content item with the correct link. Once you make the change, you can return to the siteimprove tool, and click the green-re-check-page-circle image to verify the page was correctly fixed.
If the page was correctly fixed, this error will no longer be displayed.
Frequently occurring spelling errors are also displayed within the SiteCheck tool. They will be displayed underneath the following heading.
To view the spelling errors on the page, click on the show error document-with-arrow image.
A new window will appear with the page that has the spelling error. The error will be highlighted in yellow with a triangle next to it.
Sometimes, the word is not spelled incorrectly, but is not recognized by SiteCheck as a word. In these cases, right click on the triangle and a pop-up menu will appear.
A suggestion for the word will display as well as the following functions:
- ignore on this page
- ignore on all pages
- add to dictionary
- add to non-preferred list
Choose the function that is appropriate for this word. Remember that the dictionary is shared by multiple agencies. If it is indeed a spelling error, it must be fixed by logging into Percussion and updating the content item with the correct spelling.