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Google Captcha implementation

Thread began 4/19/2017 5:22 pm by lr_leal239405 | Last modified 5/15/2017 12:06 pm by lr_leal239405 | 1405 views | 3 replies


I wrestled with this Spam email for a while now. II ended up implementing Webassist's Captcha along with the security question. However, they are not bound to the Validation script...anything goes in there and the form goes right thru on submit?? It's on my index page. I do have another form on my Contact page and it works fine. This one on the index page is being more difficult. The difference is that I have the form Action on the index go to another page. Could it be that the Forms Action is executed before the Captcha's and security's question files are? Also, the validations are on samepage but the Universal Email is in the other page (form's action page). I hope you understand what I mean. I've attached the files. Thanks for your help.

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