[wp-hackers] Feedback on reCAPTCHA plugin
mike.crawford at gmail.com
Wed Jun 27 02:28:01 GMT 2007
Thanks for the suggestion. We used wp_die() in our first version but only
some browsers save the comment when using the back button, and this didn't
allow for error messages in the reCAPTCHA widget.
On 6/26/07, FUJINAKA Tohru <tohru at nakarika.com> wrote:
> > There is a specific optimization that would be nice, but I can't figure
> > how to do it with the available hooks. Currently, if the reCAPTCHA
> guess is
> > incorrect, the comment is still processed and stored temporarily in the
> > database. Only at the last moment before showing the comment page with
> > error message is it deleted from the database. Does anyone know how to
> > it before new_comment is called? It looks like this would break
> > comments-post.php though.
> Another captcha plugin `cryptographp' does that.
> It might help you to look in its source code .
> # It seems `wp_die()' works for it.
> FUJINAKA Tohru<tohru at nakarika.com>
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