I am not a developer, I am a user.
I have installed and activated Really Simple CAPTCHA which I cannot get to work.
The Contact Form 7 works at http://nityanandaram.com/?page_id=195 and its been tested as working.
I have verified with GoDaddy that the GD and FreeType library files are installed on the Linux server I use.
I am on WordPress 3.4.2 using current Contact Form 7. On the server in the plugins directory, the really-simple-captcha folder has a “gentium” folder which seams to contain fonts and a tmp folder.
In Media Settings, UNDER Uploading Files, Store uploads in this folder is set to the default of “wp-content/uploads”.
On my web server there is no directory “wpcf7_captcha” under the “wp-content/uploads” folder. Do I need to create that “wpcf7_captcha” folder with the read-write permissions?
I don’t understand the short code. If this is the short code for the CAPTCHA that I put under the code that creates the working form:
<label>Enter the code: [captchar your-captcha]</label>
What is the “your-captcha” supposed to be, or say, that creates the CAPTUCA boxes and input area? Can someone give me an example.
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