“I’m Not a Robot”: New CAPTCHA Feature
June 16th, 2016 by Kristen Yeager
The CAPTCHA, otherwise known as the ugly little block of skewed letters and numbers at the bottom of every website submission form, is a necessary evil for modern websites. The CAPTCHA (Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart) is necessary to determine whether or not the user is a robot. It is estimated that it takes the average person 10 seconds to complete a CAPTCHA – until now.
Recent updates to our CMS now allow you to simply click off a check box to prove that you are, in fact, not a robot. By utilizing Google’s “reCAPTCHA,” it is easy to protect websites from abuse and spam without the inconvenience a regular CAPTCHA imposes on real people.
In addition to the CAPTCHAs, we have also updated our form builder page type. With this update, users now have the ability to include a driving directions module directly into the form builder page type. Users now have complete control over both the driving directions and form fields, allowing them to edit addresses and form fields & questions as needed.