Haha Turtlelady, easy for me to say, since I don't know the first thing about web designing or how much work it is to change things, haha!
Oh gosh, when it comes to grammar and spelling, the main thing is to get the message across right?
When I first got this computer, it was set up with all of the French symbols and so I ended up with the French Spell check, which meant that everything written in English, was misspelled according to the computer. So then my daughter switched it to English but it was American English, which meant it corrected my Canadian spellings. So we got rid of that, haven't been able to download it so that it is Canadian/British Spellcheck and so now I am winging it with no Spellcheck and no dictionaries in the house. Yes when your children leave home, the dictionairies and the technology information leave with them, haha! Unfortunately, most of the junk that they don't want with them, but don't want thrown out, well it stays with the parents! Oh the joys of parenthood. Empty nest syndrome means the birds fly away, not their junk!
Plus the bring home their mending and did I mention that they suddenly become great cooks and good housekeepers. Ah the magic of leaving home, haha!
Oh yes, and they both still call me to ask me how to spell things in French and English. Now they got the French educations and, did I mention, the dictionaries, haha!
Anyway, off topic, haha!
Yes I am coming to the conclusion that when people have to sign their names to things, they think twice. Maybe another good rule would be that you have to use your real name and address if you are going to make any snide comments! Hhmn, that one would go over well on the sites!
So what do you think, Ladycakes? Wouldn't that cause a stir?
Hugs Annoy Namous