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Captcha diffrent pages

Thread began 8/02/2011 7:35 am by Cologne | Last modified 8/02/2011 11:08 am by Cologne | 746 views | 2 replies |


Captcha diffrent pages


I try to insert 3 captchas.

2 on one page, that works well, cause the new Session is created.

Now when I create a new page and insert a new captcha no captcha_security_code_3
shows up.

So, this image is also stored in captcha_security_code_1?

Then the validation wont work right :-(

Or am I wrong?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

when you add captcha to a page the captcha code will look like this:

<img id="capt1"  src="webassist/captcha/wavt_captchasecurityimages.php?width=200&height=50&field=Security_Code_1&bgcolor=FFFFFF&transparent=0&bgimage=&gridfreq=20&gridcolor=000000&gridorder=behind&noisefreq=20&noisecolor=000000&noiseorder=behind&characters=5&charheight=&font=fonts/MOM_T___.TTF&textcolor=000000" alt="security code" width="200" height="50" /><br />

  <input id="Security_Code_1" name="Security_Code_1" type="text" value="" />

one of the querystring variable for the image source is named "field", this defines the name of the captcha session variable, the naming convention for the capthcha session variable is:
capthcha_<field querystring variable>

in the above code, the field variable:

is Security_Code_1, so the captcha session to use in the validation is captcha_Security_Code_1

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thanks a lot :-)

In my case I created it three times in the 2nd page :-)
maybe in the wizzard is a field for the session name :-)


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