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Thread began 4/05/2012 9:45 pm by Mysite07430650 | Last modified 4/06/2012 12:35 pm by Mysite07430650 | 1711 views | 7 replies


Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  1) your form tag does not have a method attribute set:
<form id="frmContact">

this will cause the form to use the get method. captcha validation will only work for a form that uses the POST method:
<form id="frmContact" method="post">

2) accessing the file that generates the captcha image:

gives a number of errors referencing the open base dir restriction, captcha valuidation will not work on a server where the open_basedir restriction prevents access to the supporting files.

the errror is saying that webassist/captcha/fonts directory is not in the allowed paths, this directory will need to be added to the servers allowed paths also, if i try to access the font file directly:

i get a 404 error meaning this has not been uploaded to the server.  


The Form can now display the validation error message after including the method="post".

For the Captcha Image to be displayed do I need to contact the web hosting company to have them make changes?

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