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Using NXC Captcha with PowerContent

Using NXC Captcha with PowerContent

Friday 23 March 2012 5:39:09 am - 3 replies

Hi all!!

I've been using PowerContent to complete 1 click publishing of content. This is to allow users to comment on content on the website.

I've found the EZ Comments extension to be really limited in terms of comment approval. I also like to actually store the comment objects in the content structure as it seems a little more logical to me.

I'm having trouble working out how I would plug NXC Captcha into this setup however. I've got no problems in getting the reCaptcha extension to work but have had some customers complain that reCaptcha is "too hard to read" and I've found the NXC Captcha extension is just a dream to use and implement in most cases.

Has anyone been able to implement NXC Captcha with PowerContent? Or could someone give me an idea of what I've gotta do to get it to work.

I can get it to draw but I can't seem to get the captcha data to pass when it creates the content. Meaning that the captcha never validates. I've followed the instructions on the naming convention for the fields when creating the form but that doesn't seem to work either.

I also suppose I should ask is PowerContent the best extension people have found to complete this kind of 1 click publishing excerise or is there another extension i should think about using to copmlete this.

PowerContent does seem pretty fine though.

As usual, thanks in advance!! happy.gif Emoticon

Friday 23 March 2012 9:57:30 am


I used PowerContent with reCaptcha, and it works perfectly.

You only need to use "recaptcha_get_html()" operator in form template.

But I never use PowerContent with NXC Captcha.

Friday 23 March 2012 11:01:29 am

Hi Daniel,I`ve checked PowerContent source code at seems like PowerContent will skip the attributes, which has underscore sign in it`s identifier. I guess you are using "nxc_captcha" content class attribute identifier for the NXC Captcha. Please try to change it to "nxccaptcha" or just "captcha" (any string without underscore sign). I hope it will help you.

Monday 26 March 2012 6:39:14 am

Hey Serhey,

I'll be attempting the fix you discussed in the next few days. Will update you and let you know how I go as soon as I get back onto the problem in question.

Wednesday I'm hoping happy.gif Emoticon



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