Captcha

A CAPTCHAStands for "Completely Automated Public Turing Test To Tell Computers and Humans Apart"; a type of challenge-response test used in computing to determine whether or not the user is human. field verifies that the person filling in your form is actually a person (and not a machine) by entering a code that only humans can interpret. The following image shows a CAPTCHA field.

  • Content tab
    • Label text. Enter the text you want displayed on the form (such as Word Verification).
    • Tooltip. Enter the text to display when you hover over the CAPTCHA image.
    • Image width. Set the width (from 100 to 350 pixels) of the CAPTCHA image.
    • Image height. Set the height (from 21 to 75 pixels) of the CAPTCHA image.
    • Text length. Set from 5 to 10 characters for the CAPTCHA code.
  • Settings tab

    Settings tab fields are not used for form elements.

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