Conditional CAPTCHA for WordPress
Asks commenters to complete a simple CAPTCHA if they don't have a previously approved comment, or if Akismet thinks their comment is spam.
- Bugfix: make sure that WordPress can set commenter cookies when a CAPTCHA is completed correctly.
- Added a basic mode. The plugin no longer needs Akismet in order to work!
- Added some options to tweaks Akismet's behaviour: prevent history and prevent checking comments from logged-in users
- Fix to ensure that XML-RPC requests are not intercepted
- Introduced some compatibility checking
- Don't intercept comments submitted via AJAX.
- Add workaround for a bug in the latest version of Akismet, where comments from administrators can be flagged as spam.
- Added the option to customise the CAPTCHA prompt text.
- Minor tweaks to the settings page.
- Performance improvement to reduce size of plugin options
- Tweaked settings page to be more user friendly
- Minor changes to the behaviour of the plugin, as a result of changes in the latest version of Akismet.
- Added the option to leave comments for unsuccessful CAPTCHAs in the spam queue (provided the pass action something different)
- Bugfix: Options from previous versions of the plugin were not being properly upgraded
- Bugfix: Use blog character set instead of defaulting to UTF-8
- Better preview of CAPTCHA page
- Added basic validation of reCAPTCHA API keys
- Minor usability improvements
- Bugfix: don't mangle Unicode characters when submitting a CAPTCHA. Thanks to Mantas for pointing this out.
- Updated to fix issue with Akismet version 2.5.0 and WordPress 3.0.3 when set to trash failed comments
- Added the ability to customise the appearance and language of reCAPTCHA
- Ensure that passed CAPTCHAs are reported as false positives to Akismet/TypePad Antispam. Thanks to Kevin for the suggestion.
- Added the option to place passed comments in the moderation queue
- Added support for non-js reCAPTCHA
- Updated reCAPTCHA API interface
- Modified upgrade routine because of changes to plugin update handling in WordPress 3.1
- Added the ability to preview the CAPTCHA page from within the administration interface
- Minor performance optimisations
- Raised minimum WordPress version to 2.8
- Bugfix: don't intercept spammy pingbacks and trackbacks. Thanks to Kevin for reporting this.
Requires: 3.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.6
Last Updated: 2013-5-6
4.9 out of 5 stars
5 of 7 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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