- OT: [WD&D] Back from Vacation [4 Updates]
- Captcha Form Recommendations [7 Updates]
- Back from Vacation [3 Updates]
- Linda Rising: Deception and Estimation: How We Fool Ourselves Skillscast [1 Update]
- Artist <email@example.com> Feb 29 11:45AM -0600
It's weird going on vacation, trying not to announce to people that your
house will be vacant. Despite every effort, we somehow still wound-up
announcing what we were doing to the taxicab driver. My wife automatically
says, "We are going to Chicago." ...which is a lie too, we only stopped
there to change planes. How is that any different than announcing where we
actually wound-up flying to, we are still leaving the house empty. And
then she asks if I remembered my computer, "Yes," I said, "I packed it in
my carry-on." and now he knows I am going as well and not simply there to
see them off.
Obviously, we tipped him well. Mostly because I used to drive taxis,
myself. But after thinking about it, that's probably why the best tips
come from airport runs. Thing is, taxi drivers are not, from personal
experience driving for 4 different taxi companies and a taxi cab customer
myself, the most staunch community members. Luckily, honesty and
trustworthiness has nothing to do with that.
- chris walker <firstname.lastname@example.org> Mar 01 06:57AM +0800
How about next time saying "We are going to Chicago. Unfortunately we can't
bring our dogs with us. We were lucky enough to find a dog sitter that can
handle pitbulls and rotweilers.
- Harold Delk <email@example.com> Feb 29 06:07PM -0500
At the mention of those breeds in public Doug's home insurance would surge
by at least 20% or he'd be dropped with no coverage at all. Just alter the
story a bit to "I'm going to an island to find a virgin and my friends from
Cicero and their parole officers will be house-sitting."
- chris walker <firstname.lastname@example.org> Mar 01 07:26AM +0800
How about 'We are going to Chicago. We need to hurry. We ate running late
because my son's pet python got loose. We finally gave up looking for it. I
sure hope it does not eat one of my pitbulls or rotweilers whilr we are
- Artist <email@example.com> Feb 29 08:25AM -0600
OK, I am being swamped with spam.
Here's the funny deal, they are using a webform to send me a mish-mash of
English that is loaded with .in links that will never be posted or clicked
on anywhere by anyone.
I have a secure web form email processor, and its quite good, but it lacks
By a "secure form mail" I mean that it kept my email address very secure,
but obviously I am being attacked by bots. Time to update to a more secure
form mail system.
I have been trying to add a captcha to it, but the captcha system I
employed allows anyone to input anything and still works.
So, I am unsure which way to go, now. Perhaps I should replace my old
tried and true form mail processor with something else. Or maybe I can add
a captcha system that actually works.
perhaps it would be easier to break? Plus, anyone that is paranoid and
like it to be accessible and usable to mobile devices.
I also require that the form allow the uploading of specific types of
images. And specific other attachments have to be disallowed. That has
strongly limited my choices in secure form mail processors in the past.
Anyone with any recommendations for me?
The secure web form I use now does not appear to work on godaddy servers,
so I am not opposed to upgrading to something that does work. However,
most of my contact forms on many of my sites use SSI, so it would be
easiest for me if I could still use .shtml web pages and use a php
processor script. But that's not set in stone either, especially if the
script will function equally well on your basic godaddy hosting as well as
regular full featured web hosting.
(605) 610-9001 (Google phone) or 1-800-279-2156
- chris walker <firstname.lastname@example.org> Feb 29 10:49PM +0800
I would reccomend Machform. You can make great looking and functioning
forms check it out at http://www.appnitro.com/ We have been usingthem for
quite awhile and we like it. Easy to configure, the css is simple to edit
on a form by form basis and you can make changes to the forms easily
through the interface. Forms are also mobile friendly. All around great tool
- Artist <email@example.com> Feb 29 03:55PM -0600
Wow, I can't believe how ruthless these guys are. I had to take the web
based contact form down because otherwise my email boxes will be taken out
Chris, I went and looked at the recommended resource and didn't think it
was for me.
#1> I want to have full control over the HTML. I am not a php coder, but I
am an HTML coder. It's the script I can't code, not the form.
#2> $39.00... uffda. That's how much I pay for registering a whole CMS
with all sorts of features. Heck, I could easily install an open source
CMS in a contact subdirectory for free just to do that one thing.
So, I am still looking for a good script to process form mail securely with
a captcha. As I have taken the contact form down, its getting a little
more crucial that I find a replacement for the old system since I honestly
believe the spammer got the address for my website from my signature, and I
am using that damn old script all over the place.
I've looked on HotScripts and implemented one that didn't work at all.
Maybe I'll try another (different) one, but I thought for sure someone
would have some recommendations or tell me what captcha js drop-in works
well for them.
- Vasyl Baryshev <firstname.lastname@example.org> Feb 29 05:02PM -0500
Are you using asp or php? I can help you with asp.
Sent from my wonderful iPhone
- Artist <email@example.com> Feb 29 04:07PM -0600
- paudie fearon <firstname.lastname@example.org> Mar 01 11:12AM +1300
I have used this script on a number of times:
Someone on here recommended it, i have also used it on Wordpress sites as I
was impressed with the stand alone PHP script.
I use the simple captcha and have gotten no spam through it.
Plus it has a lot of functionality.
Might be what you are looking for
- chris walker <email@example.com> Mar 01 07:17AM +0800
I feel for you on these contact forms. I have followed along with countless
tutorials on the subject without great results. I literally handle hundreds
of forms and the spammers are a major heafache for me. I do have a good
spam-resistant form we have had some luck with that I can email to you
privately that you can just edit to suit your needs. It even has a switch
to send notification emails to different departments. Just clean up all
references to us and you can use it
I need to take the kids to school. I will send it over in about an hour
- Harold Delk <firstname.lastname@example.org> Feb 29 10:09AM -0500
> I didn't want to get back to find my house burglarized or anything, after
So you don't want your stereo and microwave back? We all got together and
put it up on eBay so you can buy it back easily.
- Artist <email@example.com> Feb 29 09:17AM -0600
You didn't take My C64, that's all that matters.
(605) 610-9001 (Google phone) or 1-800-279-2156
- Harold Delk <firstname.lastname@example.org> Feb 29 11:20AM -0500
Nope, it''s not compatible with my TRS-80. Hey, there's an app for that ...
I meant "emulator."
- Shiro atSM <email@example.com> Feb 29 05:57AM -0800
This SkillsCast video featuring film footage and slides, is a
recording of an 'In The Brain' led by Linda Rising, PhD educated agile
speaker and published author, on how the in-built human bias towards
optimism leads us to fool ourselves into setting unreasonable timing
Using examples from real life, Linda highlights the issue and provides
practical advice on how best to understand our own propensity towards
self-deception, while also offering methods to deal with and counter
it where possible.
You received this because you are subscribed to the "Web Design and Development" group at Google Groups. Messages are prefixed with [WD&D] in the subject. No spam is allowed. Be civil, be professional; try to be helpful & mind your netiquette. All posts are Copyright the original author and the Web Design and Development group. No reproduction of this content is allowed in any electronic or printed form outside the group at Google Groups and the http://www.WDaDg.org website. Any unauthorized use of our copy constitutes illegal Copyright infringement and may well be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. Digital Signature: $©"[W|D|&|D]g"|^|!SiteDesign@GG||#%$
To post to this group, email SiteDesign@googlegroups.com
To unsubscribe, email SiteDesignfirstname.lastname@example.org
For more options, visit this group at http://groups.google.com/group/SiteDesign?hl=en