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Contact Form: Amendment Proposals

Discussion in 'Web Presence Builder' started by dave-ha, Aug 23, 2012.

  1. dave-ha

    dave-ha Regular Pleskian

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    Here are some amendment proposals for the contact form module:

    - Replace the technical term "Captcha" as not everyone understands it. I guess something like "password", "security code" or "characters" would be easier.

    - Place the captcha reload link next to the captcha image instead of the input field.

    - In the intro text for the captcha replace the term "posting" (at least in the German version, which could then read "Bitte geben Sie zum Schutz vor automatischen Eintragungen die unten gezeigten Zeichen ein. *").

    - It would be nice if the form could provide radio buttons and select options (drop-down fields). Radio buttons in a contact form would for example allow for subscribing/unsubscribing a newsletter. In general, forms with those features could be used for more purposes than for contacting someone.
     
  2. custer

    custer Administrator Staff Member

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    Hi Dave,


    Good point. I've filed a bug, we'll fix it in 11.1.

    We've switched to ReCaptcha in 11.1, so you can consider this fixed in the next release.

    Thanks for reporting this - I've filed a bug, we'll fix it in 11.1.

    I've filed this as a request in our tracking system. I'm not sure if we'll be able to do that in 11.1, but I'm sure we'll get to it sooner or later.

    Thanks for great feedback, as always - please keep it coming.
     
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