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Hi

I can't do that. It would mean analysing the hiiscript code and copying it
to use in my script. I don't do custom work.

You don't need it anyway. What do you need it for? The features in my
script will block spam as good as anything. That solution you are looking
at, can soon be learned by bots.

Best wishes.

Charles Sweeney
https://formtoemail.com
The world's easiest feedback script!

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, July 22, 2009 11:52 AM
Subject: Re: FormToEmail-Pro


Hi Charles,

I excuse myself to still annoy you with my suggestion, but I would
like to adapt script hiiscript script with your script :
http://www.softswot.com/hiiscript.php#download

But, I do not obtain the checking of the variable $hiianswer.

This solution is very appreciated not the users and gives less constraints.
http://www.softswot.com/hiiform.php

You can help me ?

Thanks,

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Le lundi 13 juillet 2009 à 15:50:19, vous écriviez :

> Hi

> I had no idea that English was not your first language. I have to say,
> your
> English is VERY good!

> Any questions, just let me know.

> Best wishes.

> Charles Sweeney
> https://formtoemail.com
> The world's easiest feedback script!

> ----- Original Message -----
> Sent: Monday, July 13, 2009 11:26 AM
> Subject: Re: FormToEmail-Pro


> Hi Charles,

>> Sorry for the misunderstanding.
> No problem. My English is not sufficiently good to explain correctly.
> That causes sometimes incomprehension.

> If not, your script is very good. And, I thank you for the feedback.


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> Le dimanche 12 juillet 2009 à 23:34:40, vous écriviez :

>> Hi

>> Sorry for the misunderstanding. I still don't know what your point is
>> about
>> cookies. The only cookie that will exist is for the PHP session ID
>> (unless
>> you enable the option to check for a set cookie). In both cases, the
>> cookie
>> is deleted when the user closes their browser.

>> Thanks for the lesson on Honeypots! As hard as it might seem to believe,
>> in
>> the 6+ years I have been providing a form processor for the World's
>> webmasters and designers, and the 11+ years I have been making websites,
>> I
>> have actually heard of such things (and all the other tricks)!

>> There's a new trick every day. Some work, some don't. I leave a lot of
>> it
>> down to individual customers who may care to use such things and code
>> them
>> themself.

>> With the Pro script, if you enable all the options, you shouldn't need to
>> use a honey pot or other trick (not that they do any harm), which is why
>> I
>> don't offer every option under the sun...they're not needed.

>> Any questions, just let me know.

>> Best wishes.

>> Charles Sweeney
>> https://formtoemail.com
>> The world's easiest feedback script!

>> ----- Original Message -----
>> Sent: Sunday, July 12, 2009 10:02 PM
>> Subject: Re: FormToEmail-Pro


>> Hi Charles,

>>> It's a form processor, not a full-blown content management system.
>> I do not understand your answer.

>> I wanted to speak about a system of protection for the form.

>> Honeypot fields are invisible fields on the form. Invisible is
>> different than hidden. Hidden is a type of field that is not displayed
>> for editing. Bots understand hidden fields, because hidden fields
>> often carry identifying information that has to be returned intact.
>> Invisible fields are ordinary editable fields that have been made
>> invisible in the browser.

>> You think that it would be possible to add this in the future ?

>> Thanks,


>> Le dimanche 12 juillet 2009 à 20:43:54, vous écriviez :

>>> Hi

>>> It's a form processor, not a full-blown content management system. The
>>> feature to use sessions to pre-populate the form, already puts it ahead
>>> of
>>> many rivals, but you can only expect so much from a form processor.

>>> The cookies for the sessions are temporary and will be deleted when the
>>> user
>>> closes their browser. Why is it a problem to have the cookie there
>>> (until
>>> the browser is closed)?

>>> Best wishes.

>>> Charles Sweeney
>>> https://formtoemail.com
>>> The world's easiest feedback script!

>>> ----- Original Message -----
>>> Sent: Sunday, July 12, 2009 4:27 PM
>>> Subject: Re: FormToEmail-Pro


>>> Hi Charles,

>>> Thank you for your answer. :)

>>> You think that I can make the same thing for the cookies ?

>>> If not, for security, the use of honeypots seems to be very effective.

>>> You think that it would be possible to add this in the future ?

>>> Thanks

>>> -----------------------------------------------------
>>> Le dimanche 12 juillet 2009 à 17:18:26, vous écriviez :

>>>> Hi

>>>> Thank you for your purchase. Good to hear from you.

>>>> Yes indeed, you can clear the session. Put this code on the form page
>>>> AFTER
>>>> the code to pre-populate the form:

>>>> <?php

>>>> if(isset($_SESSION['submitted_form_values'])){unset($_SESSION['submitted_form_values']);}

?>>>>>

>>>> You can also get this code, and more information on my support section,
>>>> here:

>>>> https://formtoemail.com/developersupport/pre_populate_form.php

>>>> Any questions, just let me know.

>>>> Best wishes.

>>>> Charles Sweeney
>>>> https://formtoemail.com
>>>> The world's easiest feedback script!

>>>> ----- Original Message -----
>>>> Sent: Sunday, July 12, 2009 3:10 PM
>>>> Subject: Re: FormToEmail-Pro


>>>> Hello,

>>>> I test the version Pro and I have a question.

>>>> I use the function pre_populate_form and I would like to erase the
>>>> fields when the user click on the Continue link (after the user send
>>>> the form), line 1845.

>>>> You think that it has a solution ?

>>>> It is possible to remove the session ?

>>>> Thank you for your assistance.