Today with the feedback about empty forms and skipping the check for registered users, I have compiled a brand new version of the plugin as 0.0.9. This version is currently running under elxsy in order to test now. Please drop a comment to test it. As usual functions with Mobile browsers and WPtouch seemlesly.
- Complete AJAX comment posting and error reporting without any hack or modification to your current WP
- Choice to skip the security check for registered members.
- So Post contents will not be lost even wordpress fails to retrive them from cookies
- Secure new set of humanizers for each fail as it should be in a secure form
- Timeout support
- Eliminates multiple posting
While trying to overcome problems at SuperNo's blog which were mainly due to older PHP version, I had the chance to put the project into second gear thanks to SuperNo. ImHuman now speaks french ! all you need to do is to add
Parameters in to your request string where
LANG_CODE can be en or fr for now. If you would like to see it in your own language contact me.
I am going to update the repository in couple minutes. New wordpress plugin features are:
- Requires PHP5, reduced in size.
- works with AJAX, Jquery mandatory.
- No more manual imhuman_render() insertion anymore
- Supports Multilanguage (English and French only for now)
- No more cache or back key problems if you guess the answer wrong and go back in your browser
- You can customize your instruction message in your own language or format also
But they have created another problem. Lets say you are publishing some class, web software, plugin for some CMS. You may use one of these libraries but the target client may use another one or not use at all. Furthermore this libraries are version dependant. Updates in the library may require you to update your software also. Making your software dependent on one of them decreases the product compatibility. They all have different APIs and structures no way to globalize them under a roof. So what should you do? Make your software compatible with all of them.