- thorntonis2Asked on April 17, 2010 at 10:07 AMI have a free account and CAPTCHA worked in v2 but the re-captcha that JotForm implemented in v3 has all sorts of bugs:
In IE 6.0 (still 10% of the population) the CAPTCHA code to be repeated does not display - all you get is a waiting animated graphic. Clicking submit without entering a code (since there is none to enter) submits the form though.
In Firefox (3.5+) the CAPTCHA displays but if entered wrong it goes to a CAPTCHA only page with JotForm.com in the address and you can never enter the CAPTCHA correct from that point forward. If they get it right the first time it works.
BTW I use the full code copy method and embed all the code on my web page.
Any chance of at least getting the Firefox issues resolved?
Note: test with multiple browsers folks!
- thorntonis2Answered on April 17, 2010 at 10:12 AMCorrection: they moved FROM re-captcha. Please go back :)
- JotForm FounderaytekinAnswered on October 06, 2010 at 02:53 AM
We have now re-added support for re-captcha. If you prefer re-captcha, select the captcha field on form builder and then click on reCaptcha button on the toolbar.