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ginny
hi folks,
is there an infusion or am I missing another way to set up my registration. am getting lots of bots, taking lots of folks time and is there an easy was to set up my registration to use those fuzzy letters or something? I am using the letters that come with the system but seems it is not enough. thoughts please.

thanks so much in advance.

ginny

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Edited by ginny on 11-18-2012 06:32
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Homdax
I helped you at UK, I hope it works.
 
skpacman
There's an option for ReCAPTCHA, which works fairly well. You could also do administrative approvals, depending on your site's traffic. Or I'm sure someone can work on a custom solution for you.

Let us know if Richard's solution worked.

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Timber
Hi skpacman I'm having the same problem as the op. I went into security settings and set captcha setting to ReCAPTCHA now do I put a private key in there and where do I get it, or do I make one up? not sure what to do. Thanks
 
Gillette

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Timber wrote:

Hi skpacman I'm having the same problem as the op. I went into security settings and set captcha setting to ReCAPTCHA now do I put a private key in there and where do I get it, or do I make one up? not sure what to do. Thanks


Navigate here> https://www.google.com/recaptcha
Signup and get your private & public keys

Next> GOTO YourSite >> Admin>> Security And select RECAPTCHA from the dropdown list box.

Insert your PRIVATE key & PUBLIC KEY

Save // Done!
 
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Timber
Thank you Gillette I got working hopfully that will keep the spamers in check. I had a few people test it out seems to be working the only thing all the reg emails went into there spam folder. I wish there was a waning in the registion block to tell people to check there spam folder. maybe in the next version of Fusion. Thanks again
 
Gillette
You could Modify :\
files/locale/global.php
on line # 112 or near their
find :

$locale['global_105'] = "Not a member yet?
Click here to register.";
$locale['global_106'] = "Forgotten your password?
Request a new one here.";

and add "check spam folder"
Just an idea...
 
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Timber

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Gillette wrote:

You could Modify :\
files/locale/global.php
on line # 112 or near their
find :

$locale['global_105'] = "Not a member yet?
Click here to register.";
$locale['global_106'] = "Forgotten your password?
Request a new one here.";

and add "check spam folder"
Just an idea...



Thank you, that worked perfect. And the RECAPTCHA keeping the spamer out. every day I would have 8-10 spamers trying to register. so far zero. Thanks again
 
Gillette
Wink Your very welcome.Need anything else don't hesitate to ask..
 
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