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Adding reCAPTCHA to my UE form

Thread began 12/29/2010 6:40 am by dsnoyes418343 | Last modified 12/30/2010 12:05 pm by Jason Byrnes | 941 views | 3 replies |

dsnoyes418343

Adding reCAPTCHA to my UE form

I'm trying to learn how to add reCAPTCHA to a UE form and not having much success. I followed this thread and learned quite a bit, but I'm still not there.

showthread.php?t=17481

I was going to take all the info from this post and try to start with a fresh form. Once I did that I would post the code from my contact form - but now I'm having second thoughts and considering purchasing the Forms Toolkit.

My question is - is it really is as simple as the tutorial shows. I'm really not much of a coder and it sure looks like this is an easy interface to add captcha to my forms.

In reading the tutorial on teh reCAPTCHA website, I had to insert public and private keys into the validation code - but there doesn't seem to be the need for that here - so how does that side of that work? Do I need my keys for this? Or no? Is the captcha from the Forms Toolkit unrelated to www.captcha.net?

I just want to make sure the Forms Toolkit is going to be a simple (as simple as the tutorial indicates), no headache solution to adding recaptcha to my UE form before I spend the $100 :)

Thanks!
Sue

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It does not use reCAPTCHA. It is unrelated to any other CAPTCHA system. It does a simple CAPTCHA that you can modify to match your site. It does not use a lexicon, so it is a random string and not a series of words and it's distortion is based on random rotation and position of letters and noise levels that can be adjusted.

It should be relatively easy to add to your page with form toolkit, but really simplicity is more relative to the person than it is to the task, but you can get answers here if you have questions or issues along the way.

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dsnoyes418343

Sounds easy enough Ray!

Hey - how come the Form Toolkit is the only thing not on sale!? It's a conspiracy against me isn't it? LOL

Any chance you could hook a girl up with a small discount :)

Sue

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Form Toolkit is not included in the sale because it was released at the end of last month.

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