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Post- reCAPTCHA (takes all entries)
#11
Moved to a new thread.

http://forums.formtools.org/showthread.p...ht=refresh

Its alright Ben, i was also too busy. Please find the link.

My main issue was solved after a lot of trial and error. But Now if the form is not pre filled after if i enter an incorrect captcha. I tried the methods from the tutorial, but no way.

http://www.kerala360.net/kerala-medical-travel.php

If i refresh the page, the fields get filled with the values.
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#12
Hello. I just installed Form Tools with ReCaptcha and I have the same problem. No matter what I enter into the captcha field it submits the form successfully. Will somebody tell me how they were able to resolve this problem? Thank you so much.

Tyson.
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#13
Hi, has anyone resolved the issue? No matter what is entered in the reCaptcha field, even if it is blank, the form is submitted without showing an error.

Thanks,

Bill
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#14
Ok, I'm having the same issue. It's a post form.. and I just realized that captcha will take whatever the heck I write in there.

Has anyone solved this?

Thanks,
Alex
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#15
No replies yet.. anyone have the same problem? Captcha is taking anything I enter! It's working fine on my API form, but not my regular one.


(May 10th, 2011, 12:29 AM)alexh Wrote: Ok, I'm having the same issue. It's a post form.. and I just realized that captcha will take whatever the heck I write in there.

Has anyone solved this?

Thanks,
Alex

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#16
Hi Alex,

Would it be possible for you to send your code to me (ben.keen@gmail.com)? Just the page of your form containing the PHP that's displaying the reCAPTCHA & with the appropriate code at the top. Just curious to see it myself!

- Ben
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#17
Yep, just sent!

Thanks Ben!

(Jun 3rd, 2011, 1:36 AM)Ben Wrote: Hi Alex,

Would it be possible for you to send your code to me (ben.keen@gmail.com)? Just the page of your form containing the PHP that's displaying the reCAPTCHA & with the appropriate code at the top. Just curious to see it myself!

- Ben

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#18
So for anyone else having this problem in 2.0.6, here's the solution provided by Ben[/code]:

"To fix it, do this: edit your [form tools root]/process.php file and look at the first few lines. You should see this (or something like it):

Code:
$folder = dirname(__FILE__);

    // always include the core library functions
    require_once("$folder/global/library.php");

    // if the API is supplied, include it as well
    @include_once("$folder/global/api/api.php");

Just before the last @include_once line, add this:

Code:
// if the API is supplied, include it as well
    $folder = dirname(__FILE__);
    @include_once("$folder/global/api/api.php");

(Jun 7th, 2011, 12:09 AM)alexh Wrote: Yep, just sent!

Thanks Ben!

(Jun 3rd, 2011, 1:36 AM)Ben Wrote: Hi Alex,

Would it be possible for you to send your code to me (ben.keen@gmail.com)? Just the page of your form containing the PHP that's displaying the reCAPTCHA & with the appropriate code at the top. Just curious to see it myself!

- Ben

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#19
Same here, I coverted pages to .php, added every line given in the tutorial.

The Captcha image shows up on the page, but I can enter any text at all & it goes through without error. The form is received in my admin.

I have api 1.0.1 and form_tools 2.0.6

The page is here Form where reCAPTCHA takes all entries


oops spoke too soon!
Your FIX indeed FIXED it, thanks Ben!
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