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  1. #1
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    Default CAPTCHA images don't appear

    Hello,

    Here is the form page:
    http://smartech.co.il/contact.php
    How can I make the images of the CAPTCHA appear? I don't have any folder containing images.

    I don't see any reason to provide more info because everything should be clear enough according to the information provided.


    THANKS,

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    Default Re: CAPTCHA images don't appear

    The file captcha1.php that is necessary to create the image, is missing from the server.

    Publish the page again, selecting "Publish All Files"
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    Default Re: CAPTCHA images don't appear

    Try deleting the captcha and publishing. Then add it back and publish. It will probably work today.
    I was having the same problem the last few days so I just deleted the captcha. But I tried it again this morning and it's now working. Don't ask me why...but it worked for me.

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    Default Re: CAPTCHA images don't appear

    Where can I download the captcha1.php file? I must have deleted it by accident from my file manager. Thanks.

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    Arrow Re: CAPTCHA images don't appear

    1. Download a fresh copy of BlueVoda and re-install over your current installation (to refresh native source folders and files).
    2. Remove and properly re-create CAPTCHA on your Form (to re-associate the script to the Form) and re-publish the page (being sure to select "Publish All Files" in the Publish Dialog), which will include the captcha.php script and re-populate it to the server properly associated to the page as it is published (the proper and only method, as the script must be associated specifically to a configured Form).
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