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Thread began 1/04/2011 3:36 am by wanakavideo420554 | Last modified 1/05/2011 9:29 am by Jason Byrnes | 3549 views | 7 replies |

wanakavideo420554

Captcha image not showing in browser

Hi
this is driving me nuts: the captcha image is not showing in IE or Firefox, I only get the "alt"text. The link in code-view looks all right to me: see photo

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CraigRBeta Tester

have you copied the webassist folder, which is created by the wizard, to the testing server ?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

can you send a link where we can see the issue?

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wanakavideo420554

code attached

Hi
all the files in the webassist folder are on the server. I have code as txt attachd

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contact.txt
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

please send a link where I can see the problem in the browser

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wanakavideo420554

link

here is the link

contact5.php

thanks
Mike

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MikeyT

questions

Do you have a css style defined for the img id ‘capt1’

Also, I'm not sure how the php file naming conventions work in Form Toolkit, but other forms built using the Form Builder 2 extension create php files with the camel case naming convention. I noticed your code reference to ‘captchasecurityimages.php?’ is all lowercase, as opposed to ‘CaptchaSecurityImages.php?’ as FB2 generates.

I recreated the same scenario in one of my forms by changing the php file reference in my markup to all lowercase, then uploaded to the server. Got the same results you're seeing with your form - missing captcha image. Try checking how the php files are named in your directory. I could definitely be wrong, but just another avenue to explore.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

if I try to browse directly to the file that generates the captcha image:
wavt_captchasecurityimages.php

i see the following error:
Fatal error: Call to undefined function: imagecreatetruecolor() in c:\program files\server\apache\www\weddingvideonz\webassist\captcha\wavt_captchasecurityimages.php on line 89

this error means that the GD library needed for generating the image is not enabled on your server, you will need to contact your host to have the GD Library enabled in the php installation.

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