Support » Plugin: Spam protection, AntiSpam, FireWall by CleanTalk » Plugin throws off “No CURL” Error

  • Resolved slobizman

    (@slobizman)



    I have Cleantalk installed on two sites, and it has worked flawlessly for years. No all of a sudden, one of the sites is throwing off an error when someone tries to comment. This this site, and it happens on any page that has comments entry. The URL I submitted in the form as the page I needed help with is just one page, but any with comments entry does it.

    What happens is that when someone enters a comment, it throws off an error that says “No CURL support compiled in or disabled allow_url in php.ini. Antispam service clean talk.org ***. Forbidden. Please, enable javascript.” It error comes up for perhaps five seconds, and then disappears. And the comment is never added.

    It does not happen on my other site, which is very similar to this site, and the plugin is set up the same way.

    At the moment, your plugin in disabled and replaced with another comment spam plugin so that I can allow comments.

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Support amagsumov

    (@amagsumov)

    Hello.

    Thank you for your request.
    Please, ask your hosting provider to check CURL supporting for your web-site.
    If it’s supported by CURL and the problem persists, please, inform us.

    Regards.

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