EZ PHP Captcha Script: Validate human users showing an image with a text

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class_ezcaptcha 1GNU General Publi...5HTML, PHP 5, Validation
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This class can validate human users showing an image with a text.

It can generate an image with a random text that users need to enter in a form text input to confirm they are real human users.

The random text is stored in a session variable, so the class can verify if the user entered the correct text.

The class can also generate HTML and JavaScript for the form to display the validation image.

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Copy the class_ezcaptcha.php file on your server and replace "<real path to your ttf fonts>" for the real url pointting to the fonts files changin the name of the fonts aswell if you needed.

Include the tag <catpcha></captcha> in the html file at the place yuo want to show the captcha.

You most include JQuery into your html file and include the following javascript fragment at the end of the html file inside the <script></script> tags. Remember to replace the "<urlto>" for the real url pointting to the class_ezcaptcha.php file

(function(){  $.ajax({url:"<urlto>class_ezcaptcha.php?getHtml=1", success: function(result){
     $("captcha").html(result);
  }});
})();

Include the param captcha and his value on your POST or GET param string when you're sending the form http request.

Validate the params at your server side code using someting like this:
if($_POST['captcha']!=$_SESSION['captcha_code']){return "ERRORcaptcha|Wrong captcha";}

Validate the resoults in your ajax/html file after sendig the http request.

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