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Hi Arlind,

I have purchased your Sound Captcha about a year ago and I was not able to get it to work. I have just recently looked over the program again and was able to get it uploaded and get it working except for passing the information to the email form. I am in need of this Captcha because the spy-bots are sending too much spam!

I am using an existing contact from I had created and been using for years with the proper modifications. Contact from was in HTML, when you click the submit button it goes to a PHP page that submits the information to my email and refreshes to another HTML page with “Your Submission is Accepted”. I can send you these forms or code if you need them to view my issue…please let me know.

My understanding is you Captcha works with PHP and I imported the HTML form within the PHP code. When you hit the submit button the information doesn’t push to the PHP page that sends the information to the email. When I use the “action=”thankyou.php” it pushes the information regardless what info is put in the Captcha.

From my understanding the Captcha will only push the information if the code was correctly submitted and rejects it…if not submitted correctly.

From my understanding it’s either the one of two places where I am suppose modify if I am correct?

Location 1

<? if( $captcha_correct == “correct” ) { echo “

Hurray! You have typed correct captcha code

”; $first_name = “first_name”; if(isset($_GET[“first_name”])){ $first_name = $_GET[“first_name”]; } } else if( isset($_POST[‘captcha_code’]) && $captcha_correct != “correct” ) { echo “

Token doesn’t match!

”; } ?>

Location 2

<? 
    // Function generateHTML(captcha_field_name, popup) generates entire table automatically, but less flexible
  // If you set TRUE value at popup parameter, captcha pronunciation will open in popup window
?>
<?= $captcha->generateHTML("captcha_code", false); ?>
<input type="submit" name="submit" id="submit" value="Submit Info" />

There is also a mention of the two following I believe that may need to be modified:

$captcha->generateHTML(“captcha_code”) or $_REQUEST[‘captcha_code’]

There is also a mention of the two following I believe that may need to be modified:

$captcha->generateHTML(“captcha_code”) or $_REQUEST[‘captcha_code’]

Where am I supposed to go to make this modification to push the information through when the Captcha has been properly entered?

FYI: This not for a Word Press or any other CMS format here is my sample location for you viewing http://catladyunlimited.com/captcha_test I can zip all files for your viewing if needed.

Richard

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