collective.pfg.norobots: a PloneFormGen captcha based on questions and answers
I have released a new captcha widget/field for PloneFormGen. Unlike other captcha fields that are based on images, this captcha is based on a predefined list of questions and answers.
collective.pfg.norobots is a PloneFormGen field using collective.z3cform.norobots.
collective.z3cform.norobots provides a “human” captcha widget based on a list of question/answer(s).
This captcha can be used :
- as a plone.app.discussion (Plone Discussions) captcha plugin
- as a z3c form field
- as a PloneFormGen field with collective.z3cform.norobots
I have tested this release with :
- Plone 126.96.36.199 & PloneFormGen 1.7.2 & collective.z3cform.norobots 1.4.2
- Plone 4.1.6 & PloneFormGen 1.7.2 & collective.z3cform.norobots 1.4.2
Getting the module
Add collective.pfg.norobots to your plone.recipe.zope2instance buildout section e.g.:
[instance] ... eggs = Plone ... collective.pfg.norobots
Or, you can add it as a dependency on your own product setup.py:
install_requires=[ ... 'collective.pfg.norobots', ],
Enabling the module
Install the module from the Add-ons control panel. That’s it!
Quickly test ?
Download collective.pfg.norobots and use virtualenv and buildout to test the module:
easy_install virtualenv cd collective.pfg.norobots virtualenv . source bin/activate (collective.pfg.norobots) easy_install zc.buildout !!! check the buildout config file ``test-plone-base.cfg`` before running !!! (collective.pfg.norobots) ln -s test-plone-4.2.x.cfg buildout.cfg (collective.pfg.norobots) python bootstrap.py (collective.pfg.norobots) bin/buildout [...] be patient... [...] (collective.pfg.norobots) ./bin/instance fg
Go to http://localhost:8080, add a new Plone Site and install collective.pfg.norobots.
(collective.pfg.norobots) ./bin/test -s collective.pfg.norobots
Launch code coverage:
(collective.pfg.norobots) bin/coverage (collective.pfg.norobots) bin/report And open with a browser htmlcov/index.html
- Sylvain Boureliou [sylvainb] - GitHub - Website
- Makina Corpus
Source code is hosted on Github.
How to contribute and submit a patch ?
Source code and an issue tracker is hosted on Github.