Stop Spammers Spam Prevention
[Plugin: Stop Spammer Registrations Plugin] Red Herring (3 posts)

  1. ssiddiqi1
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I enabled Red Herring option. It generated W3C Validation errors. W3C Validator even complain that tags <title> and <meta> were at wrong place. The Red Herring form code is in inserted in the header before <title> and <meta> tags, which is causing W3C validation errors.


  2. kpgraham
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #


    The Red Herring form appears at "loop_start". This should be in the body of your page.

    Your theme template is reading the loop in the header, which I don't think is the correct way to do things. I can think of reasons to do this, but I can't, off the top of my head, think of a way to display the form inside the body if someone starts the loop before the body.

    Perhaps there is another hook that I can use. I will look into this.

    Although W3C shows a validation error, the page should display correctly. The validation error is annoying, though.



  3. ssiddiqi1
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I cut and paste the coe in footer, then unchecked the Red Herring option in the plugin. It seems to work. It had cuaght 3 spammers since then.
    FYI, I am using Artsee theme of Elegantthemes.

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