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Posted on 2014-02-25
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LIve site has captcha but newly created bootstrap form (thanks Cathal) doesn't have a working captcah.  i copied over all the files that I thought were related (I outsourced the original captcha) but I can't seem to figure out what I am missing.  any ideas?

Live site (that works - thanks dave)
http://www.wiplastic.com/contact.html

beta site
http://nsitedesigns.com/nsitedesigns/wiplastic_scott/contact5.html
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Yes, you're missign the suport files that go with it... except that those files are also tied to the original domain name and won't work on your test site.
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I pulled all the support files over to my test server.  Can I rename this test contact page and dump it on the live server to test?
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Yes, that page name doesn't matter, only the domain name.
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Still can't get this to work.  It doesn't display the captcha.  I moved test page over to live server.  Any idea what I am missing?

Beta page
http://www.wiplastic.com/rfq2.html

Live
http://www.wiplastic.com/rfq2.html
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You are missing <span id="question">&nbsp;</span>&nbsp; from the original form.  That is where the captcha message goes.  It should be right before the 'canswer' input element.
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Halleluah!  
Halleluah
Halleluah Halleluah
ha-laaa-looo-ya!
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thanks Dave !
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You're welcome!
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Forgot to ask, is there a way to move the captcha question down a bit?  I tried to add a <br > after the captcha but it didn't work.

Or, if I can't move it down, can I at least add some spaces after the word Captcha and maybe make the question a differnt color?

http://nsitedesigns.com/nsitedesigns/wiplastic_scott/rfq.html
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If you use a <div> instead of a <span>, it should move below the label.

<div id="question">&nbsp;</div>
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