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Image Verification clarity issues

Thread began 9/24/2009 3:08 am by bernardkane381926 | Last modified 10/16/2009 11:17 pm by bernardkane381926 | 2633 views | 6 replies

Ray BorduinWebAssist

These are all of the configurable values and their default values:

width = 120
height = 40
characters = 5
bgcolor = FFFFFF
textcolor = 000000
noisecolor = 000000
font = Fonts/MOM_T___.TTF
field = 1
transparent = 0
bgimage =
gridfreq = 50
gridcolor = 000000
gridorder = behind
noisefreq = 50
noiseorder = behind
charheight = 75% of height

On your page you have an image src of:


most of these are the defaults, so you might as well just have:

If you want to have less noise you can do something like:

If you want to change the background color to red you would use:

and if you want to change the text color to green you could use:

Hopefully you get the point... you can really configure just about anything... click the links to see the full path and example result from your site.

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