Better handling of captcha insertion, should be compatible with more themes
On failure to provide a valid solution, the page is scrolled to the fieldset of the captcha
On failure to provide a valid solution, the captcha field is autofocused
On failure to provide a valid solution, the commment data is now sanitized using wp_kses_data()
Logged in users can post comments again now (oops)
Option to block spam before it is inserted into the database (default is: insert, like the previous version)
Corrected the "required" attribute of checkbox fields
Updated the description in readme.txt (this file)
Use DOM methods to add the captcha instead of element.innerHTML: can now be used on XHTML websites served as application/xhtml+xml
Corrected the display bug when the credits are displayed as text
Administration page improved
WordPress 3.3 support
Fixed the checkbox that was not saved in the options (thanks to Hans!)
No longer use a file to get back the comment after failure
Better escaping thanks to esc_js()
Moved the code outside the main class inside the class
Corrected the visibility of some main class functions
This is a maintenance release
Bug fixed: Captcha field length was hard-coded to "4", ignoring the corresponding option. Now fixed. Thanks to Billy Willoughby for reporting this!
Updated French translation. Waiting for the Russian translation.
New administration page
Only two options in the WordPress options table now
Updated French translation
Translation issues fixed
If the URL field is not found, try with other fields
Russian translation added (thanks!)
Fixed some translation issues
Updated the Readme file
After an invalid solution is provided, automatically scrolls to the comment area so that the user knows he failed.
Fixed the appearance of message "You are posting too quickly. Slow down!" when a valid solution has been provided.
Fixed the appearance of message "Dupplicate comment detected" after retrying to post a comment with a valid solution.
Comments are no longer moved to the spam folder.
Use a class now
Use the standard WordPress translation system using .po and .mo files. You can contribute your translation using Poedit.
Use the recommended way to insert CSS in WordPress
Added choice for 3 methods of generation: Standard (most compatible but average security), CSS (improved security, compatible with CSS-capable browsers), and CSS 3 (better security but only compatible with CSS3-compliant browsers)
Corrected a bug in CSS 3 method: the indices of :nth-child() were not shifted, leading to the CSS 3 method to be unusable previously
Corrected some translations
Corrected captcha random generation issue
Improved performance a little.
Added option for CSS3 only captcha solution (but keep in mind that only CSS3-enabled browsers will be compatible!)
Corrected invalid value for CSS property problem
Initial public version
Requires: 3.0.0 or higher Compatible up to: 3.3.0 Last Updated: 2012-2-4 Active Installs: