Web users are an extremely impatient lot - annoying 404 errors will quickly cause customers to abandon your site. Improve user experience and lower customer abandonment rates by correcting common typing errors in URLs automatically with URLSpellCheck from Port80 Software. URL redirection based on spelling quickly and efficiently resolves invisible end user experience and performance issues. Simple spelling mistake can lead to untracked lost sales, reduced productivity, and more importantly harm user experience.
This IIS server module fixes missing, transposed, wrong, and extra characters on the fly by effortlessly redirecting users to the correct URL. Complex file type substitutions not only rescue users who may have typed in URLs with incorrect file extensions, they also allow developers to switch site technologies quickly without the need for manual redirects. When multiple matches for a URL are possible, a template allows users to choose from the most probable destinations instead of confronting them with an impersonal 404 page or a confusing site map. Another feature of this product is that it tracks common typos so you can figure out where to add permanent redirects or change page names in your site.
Implemented as a super fast ISAPI filter, URLSpellCheck is easy to install and uninstall and will prove to be an unobtrusive, but important, enhancement to your Web site. As with all Port80 IIS server tools, URLSpellCheck is available as a free, fully functional 30-day trial and comes with free technical support.
URLSpellcheck is a free trial software application from the Other subcategory, part of the Network & Internet category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2005-09-01. The program can be installed on Windows.
URLSpellcheck (version 2.0) has a file size of 978.68 KB and is available for download from our website.
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