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Thread began 4/17/2017 11:04 am by Kamen Nikolov | Last modified 4/03/2019 11:05 am by Kamen Nikolov | 957 views | 48 replies

Ray BorduinWebAssist

These look OK.... I'd probably make sure that the validation and the email server behaviors use the exact same Trigger just to be safe. So instead of:

php:
if ($_SERVER["REQUEST_METHOD"] == "POST")  {



use:

php:
if ((isset($_POST["CSD_submit"]) || isset($_POST["CSD_submit_x"])))  {



You should remove the comments on the page... You have html comments in the php area. If you want comments you should use php comments, so instead of:

php:
<!-- server side CAPTCHA validation Starts -->



you should use:

php:
<?php //server side CAPTCHA validation Starts ?>



That could be preventing the validation from working properly. HTML comments should only be used below the <html> tag.

Next try adding a hidden form element on both pages with different values and include the value of the hidden form element in the email body. That way when you get a spam message you can narrow down the exact page it is coming from.

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