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Posted By: codenickel     Posted Date: April 10, 2011    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
The article Recaptcha was added by codenickel on Sunday, January 23, 2011.

Recaptcha:Captcha keeps the spammer away from our site. There is Lot of captcha conrols available for asp.net and few may not work on postback. Google has released a captcha control as "recaptcha" for asp.net developer and its easy plug and more secure

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Would some kind guru please advise me on the best way to cover all the angles on the following scenario, in any combination that works:

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I've spent hours and hours and hours searching around for any sort of solution that covers all of those without *some* sort of problem. If I put the menu inside, something won't work. If I put it outside, something else won't work. If I set 'conditional' or 'child-this-or-that' or whatever, *something* comes out to bite me. The recaptcha will vanish, or there are postbacks, or Modalpopup has gone again, or *something*.

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