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Adding CAPTCHA to existing non-formbuilder form

Thread began 4/29/2010 5:45 pm by Mikel Jones | Last modified 5/04/2010 9:30 am by Mikel Jones | 1523 views | 7 replies |

Mikel Jones

Adding CAPTCHA to existing non-formbuilder form

So I was reading on this forum and I just want to make sure I didn't get this wrong...

Is there no way to just add a security field using captcha to an existing form that was not built with formbuilder?

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Eric Mittman

You can use Form Builder to modify an existing form that was not created with form builder.

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Mikel Jones

Originally Said By: Eric Mittman
  You can use Form Builder to modify an existing form that was not created with form builder.  



Um... OK.

Any pointers as to how to go about doing it?

I have been unable to find any way to and CAPTCHA to an existing non-formbuilder form.

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CraigRBeta Tester

take a look at this link, it should tell you all you need.

i have created a number of captcha forms using this.

eg contact.php

post again if you need more help

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Mikel Jones

Originally Said By: CraigR
  contact.php  



This looks to be a link to someones web development site contact page. The page does use captcha however I could find no reference to any link from that page that describes any way to add captcha to an existing non-formbuilder form using webassist tools.

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Eric Mittman

You should take a look at the guide for modifying an existing form with CSS Form Builder, here is a direct link, it can also be found on the CSS Form Builder support page under the How To area.

modifying_custom_form.pdf

The idea is that you would add in a new group to the form, the security group contains CAPTCHA as well as the security question.

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CraigRBeta Tester

sorry mikel,

the link provided was to a page i created with the captcha tool I mentioned.

the link to the captcha tool itself is here...

www.phpcaptcha.org/

sorry for the confusion

(this is not A WA tool)

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Mikel Jones

Thanks!

Thanks Eric & Craig. The docs and captcha tool script combined took care of my issues.

:)



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