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[noob] Need help implementing a captcha

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Hello

 

So i have 0 knowledge in php, i just need to implement this captcha:

 

i have a webserver php file which contains:

$content .= "<some html code>";

i have the captcha code which looks like this:

if (!class_exists('KeyCAPTCHA_CLASS')) {
	include('keycaptcha.php');
}
$kc_o = new KeyCAPTCHA_CLASS();
echo $kc_o->render_js();

so far, the only way i've managed to make it display the captcha on the page is by doing this:

$content .= "<first part of html code>";

if (!class_exists('KeyCAPTCHA_CLASS')) {
	include('keycaptcha.php');
}
$kc_o = new KeyCAPTCHA_CLASS();
echo $kc_o->render_js();

$content .= "<second part of html code>";

now, the problem is, the captcha isn't displayed where the html code is, but as the first thing on the page, in the upper left corner.

 

any idea how to make it display inside the html code?

 

the html code is actually a <form>

 

thank you!

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The string returned by KeyCAPTCHA_CLASS::render_js() must be inserted into the form at the exact location where you want the CAPTCHA.

 

This would be a lot easier if you (or the code author) had properly separated the HTML markup from the PHP code. Now you need to split your HTML string to inject the CAPTCHA snippet:

$content = '<other elements><form><prior input elements>'.$kc_o->render_js().'<next input elements></form><other elements>';

In the long run, however, you'll need an actual programmer to fix the mess.

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thank you.

 

using ' would display (), but it worked with " "

 

thank you again :) been struggling with this for a few hours now :) 

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