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Subject:captcha
Summary:feature request for captcha
Messages:6
Author:sam virtual
Date:2009-10-08 09:18:01
Update:2009-10-23 13:30:39
 

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sam virtual
2009-10-08 09:18:01
jquery has some neat functionalities for implementing captcha. wish captcha was incorporated into this class.
Thanks for replying to my previous posts.

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Andrew P.
2009-10-09 16:07:55 - In reply to message 1 from sam virtual
sam,

Thanks again for your interest and support of this php class. During my initial development, I kicked around the idea of adding a captcha field type; however, it didn't make it into the initial release and I haven't gotten the chance to incorporate it yet.

As you mentioned, jQuery has many captcha plugins. Have you come across one (or more) in particular that you would recommend?

- Andrew

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sam virtual
2009-10-09 16:35:11 - In reply to message 2 from Andrew P.
Thanks once again for your reply Andrew.
There is a drag and drop captcha from webdesignbeach.com
but i am trying to use the sort field that is already supported in
this class to make captcha. Give a random sentence, and ask user to arrange the fields to make the sentence. But the fields are arranged vertically. I havent been able to figure out how to arrange the fields inline. If the inline option (which works for radio fields) worked for the sort option, we already have a captcha.

Sam

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Andrew P.
2009-10-23 03:38:01 - In reply to message 3 from sam virtual
Sam,

Version 0.9.2 was just released this evening and contains built in captcha functionality. I chose a class right here on PHP Classes named Animated CAPTCHA which can be found at http://www.phpclasses.org/browse/package/3929.html. The reason I selected this class to use was that it didn't rely on Javascript, wasn't dependent on any php image libraries to be installed, and was easy to integrate.

Your feedback is always appreciated,
Andrew

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sam virtual
2009-10-23 12:19:43 - In reply to message 4 from Andrew P.
thanks a lot for this. I have built an entire utility around this class. I would love to show it off once i am done refining it.

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Andrew P.
2009-10-23 13:30:39 - In reply to message 5 from sam virtual
Sam,

I'd love to take a look when you're done. Thanks again for your support and feedback.

- Andrew