2. User-level dictionary user interface
2.1. User dictionary interface in WProofreader
Image 2.1.1. User interface of user-level custom dictionary for WProofreader v3.x.x
2.2. User dictionary interface in SCAYT plugin for CKEditor 4
3. Predefined user dictionary
You have an option to set a predefined User Dictionary on your web app for a particular editable element. With such an approach all the words added using Add word by your end users will be saved and stored in the dictionary that you have previously defined. To do so, specify a required User Dictionary parameter and set your predefined dictionary as a value.
Example 3.1. Setting up a predefined user dictionary in WProofreader
Using disableDictionariesPreferences option you can also hide the section with the dictionary settings to prevent end users from removing or disabling the dictionary (the section is shown below). To do so, add one more option to WProofreader configuration:
Example 3.2. Setting up a predefined user dictionary in SCAYT plugin for CKEditor 4
For details and user dictionaries usage tips, refer to User Dictionary FAQ section.