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  1. #1
    Jim Shorrock
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    Default "Capcha" codes & Fusion 10

    I am using Fusion 10 and use formmailer.php for handling forms.

    Has any body had any success adding "Capcha" codes in formmailer.php, and if
    so how do you do this??



    I appreciate that it is not possible to add full blown "Capcha" using
    formmailer but anything would help to cut down the junk mail.



    The code that comes with formmailer.php is below.....



    // Antispam Options



    $empty_field[0]="nospam";
    $character_scan[0]="Email,Name";
    $time_delay[0]="2";
    $captcha_codes[0]="9C2449,EEADC8,77A585,D72838";
    $max_urls[0]="2";
    $max_url_fields[0]="Comments";
    $flag_spam[0]="";





    Regards,



    Jim. UK.



  2. #2
    Nancy O
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    Default Re: "Capcha" codes & Fusion 10

    The PHP Formm@ailer script from DB Masters conceals your email address from
    prying eye email harvesters and it has several spam controls built into its
    script including hidden field (honeypot), "sorta captcha," and time limits
    on submissions to keep robots from exploiting your forms. Free to use if
    you credit the author; $20 if you don't.

    http://dbmasters.net/index.php?id=4

    http://alt-web.com/Tutorials/formmailer-tutorial.html


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  3. #3
    Kay Williams
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    Default Re: "Capcha" codes & Fusion 10

    Hi Nancy,

    I've been using Formm@iler successfully for some time and have just
    updated my sites and am trying to use the nospam feature.

    I have followed your tutorial but cannot get the hidden field to 'hide'!
    Obviously doing something wrong. When I do a preview within NOF it's
    not there but when I upload it is shaded grey.

    Example: http://www.netclabels.com.au/test/ht...to___t10k.html

    Uname: mediabarcodelabels
    P/w: 4725test

    Any ideas as to what I have missed. BTW I'm very much the novice.



    Kay Williams

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Nancy O [mailto:nancyoshea1@NOSPAMatt.net]
    Posted At: Wednesday, 26 November 2008 3:18 AM
    Posted To: netobjects.fusion10.gen-discussion
    Conversation: "Capcha" codes & Fusion 10
    Subject: Re: "Capcha" codes & Fusion 10

    The PHP Formm@ailer script from DB Masters conceals your email address
    from
    prying eye email harvesters and it has several spam controls built into
    its
    script including hidden field (honeypot), "sorta captcha," and time
    limits
    on submissions to keep robots from exploiting your forms. Free to use
    if
    you credit the author; $20 if you don't.

    http://dbmasters.net/index.php?id=4

    http://alt-web.com/Tutorials/formmailer-tutorial.html


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    Nancy O.
    www.alt-web.com/Tutorials/
    NOF Tips & Tutorials



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  4. #4
    Nancy O
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    Default Re: "Capcha" codes & Fusion 10

    The nospam field is being "styled" by something else in your form. It
    appears on every field, thus there is a duplicate "style" entry on line 131
    of your code:

    YOUR CODE:
    <p style="margin-bottom: 0px;"><input id="FormsEditField27" type="text"
    name="nospam" disabled="disabled" style="white-space: pre;" value=""
    size="20" maxlength="20" style="display:none"></p>

    You'll need to figure out where style="white-space: pre;" is coming from and
    remove it. Or just edit the page in a text editor like Notepad and take
    that code out. And this: disabled="disabled" doesn't belong in there
    either.

    One other thing. On line 164 (contactphone) you have an invalid input id.

    YOUR CODE:
    <p style="margin-bottom: 0px;"><input id="Forms Edit Field4" type="text"
    name="contactphone" style="white-spacere" value="" size="19"
    maxlength="55"></p>

    Never use spaces in form field names. "Forms Edit Field4" should be
    "FormsEditField4"


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  5. #5
    Kay Williams
    Guest

    Default Re: Erroneous code

    Hi Nancy,



    Thanks for your input.



    Just to make sure I didn't do anything weird originally I created a
    brand new form from scratch. Viewing the source once published I'm
    still getting the same erroneous code that you pointed out below
    regarding the duplicate "style" entry. It definitely is being created
    by NOF in the form/table.



    As a complete novice I'm not aware how to edit the page to remove this
    duplicate outside of NOF.



    Many thanks for your patience.



    Cheers K







    Kay Williams

    Ph: +61 (0)7 5442 6263

    Fax: +61 (0)7 5442 6263

    Email: kay@netclabels.com.au



    YOUR MEDIA BARCODE LABEL SPECIALISTS



    -----Original Message-----
    From: Nancy O [mailto:nancyoshea1@NOSPAMatt.net]
    Posted At: Wednesday, 26 August 2009 7:59 AM
    Posted To: netobjects.fusion10.gen-discussion
    Conversation: "Capcha" codes & Fusion 10
    Subject: Re: "Capcha" codes & Fusion 10



    The nospam field is being "styled" by something else in your form. It

    appears on every field, thus there is a duplicate "style" entry on line
    131

    of your code:



    YOUR CODE:

    <p style="margin-bottom: 0px;"><input id="FormsEditField27" type="text"

    name="nospam" disabled="disabled" style="white-space: pre;" value=""

    size="20" maxlength="20" style="display:none"></p>



    You'll need to figure out where style="white-space: pre;" is coming from
    and

    remove it. Or just edit the page in a text editor like Notepad and take

    that code out. And this: disabled="disabled" doesn't belong in there

    either.



    One other thing. On line 164 (contactphone) you have an invalid input
    id.



    YOUR CODE:

    <p style="margin-bottom: 0px;"><input id="Forms Edit Field4" type="text"

    name="contactphone" style="white-spacere" value="" size="19"

    maxlength="55"></p>



    Never use spaces in form field names. "Forms Edit Field4" should be

    "FormsEditField4"





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    Alt-Web Design & Publishing

    Web | Graphics | Print | Media Specialists

    www.alt-web.com/

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    www.twitter.com/altweb/

    www.alt-web.blogspot.com/







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