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Missing Captcha image on Local server

Thread began 5/10/2009 8:42 am by info283152 | Last modified 5/13/2009 12:40 pm by info283152 | 3559 views | 5 replies

Neil Beadle

The users_Registration_Simple.php file is provided to give you an easy way to provide registration without Captcha.

However, you can remove the necessary form elements and spry validation from the users_Registration.php page instead. A How To is in the works to show you how to accomplish this, but here are a few pointers...

1. Remove all form elements for the Captcha image, and security question text field. (Lines 820 - 842 of an untouched users_Registration.php page)
2. Remove the Spry validation reference from the bottom of the file (Line 858). This line looks like this:

  var sprytextfield9 = new Spry.Widget.ValidationTextField("sprytextfield9", "none", {minChars:5, maxChars:5, validateOn:["blur"]});
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