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Thread began 6/08/2010 10:03 am by jim286478 | Last modified 6/14/2010 5:51 pm by Eric Mittman | 2079 views | 13 replies |

jim286478

captcha validation

I have created a form and have added a captcha. The form has client side validation and I am trying to add captcha server side validation. I have read most of the posts in this regard, however, I am having difficulty understanding the help statements in the answers to the posts. The form can be found at quote.php and I have attached the zip file containing all the pertient files. If you could please guilde me in how to add the captcha validation as it doesn't work now.
additionally, the form seems to have spry validation but I don't see that working either.
Your help is appreciated.

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form1.zip
form2.zip
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Eric Mittman

I'm getting a 404 error with the link that you posted. If we could take a look at the form we would have a better idea of what the problem might be. Please post back and include a link to a live server that has the form on it so we can browse and check it out.

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neilo

Hi Eric,

The page seems to be at form.php

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jim286478

Hey guys, thanks for the responses however, I deleted the form and its associated files started over again thinking there could have been a glitch somewhere. This time it worked fine. I am not sure what the problem was but its working pretty nice right now. The correct URL is quote.php
Thanks

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Eric Mittman

It looks like you are actively developing the page as it is currently giving a syntax error. Let us know if you would like us to take a look and post back with the page in question.

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jim286478

Yes, please do. I have been trying to find the error for a while now but it seems all the code is correct and I cannot find an extra ')' in that line which looks like any of the other lines. Please help.
BTW, the error happened after I added Universal Email!

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Eric Mittman

It looks like there is a problem with the checkboxes. Did you set the checkboxes dynamically after you added the form? The code that is set for the making the box checked is incomplete.

Did you update an existing form? If so please post back with that form before adding Form Builder to it. It looks like the checkbox is set to dynamically be checked based on a compared to value but the comparison is not happening correctly. Would you like the boxes to be checked automatically under any circumstances?

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jim286478

OH no, they are suppose to be radio buttons and are not dynamically checked at all or shouldn't be. There should be 5 of them but only one should be selected. I started this f orm from scratch as I mentioned before however, I do have it save as a preset. Should I start from scratch again?

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jim286478

OK, I edited the form using CSS Form Builder and I believe it corrected itself and now the form is working and also sending email too but now it will send regardless of the captcha! anything goes.
Thanks
quote.php

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Eric Mittman

It looks like a code order issue, the Universal Email code got placed above the validation code. I have made an update to the page and reversed this, please give it a try and let us know how it works for you.

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