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Re: NoCAPTCHA reCAPTCHA accessibility testing updates?


From: Dejan Kozina
Date: Aug 29, 2015 12:32AM

A variant of this I've used often is to set the 'trap' input to
'display: none', so only bots and scrapers care to fill it in, human
visitors aren't even aware of it.


On 28/08/2015 23:23, Jennison Mark Asuncion wrote:
> One option I've seen on the hilton.com site (their sign-in form) is
> that there will be a field that essentially says - this field is for
> robots, do not do anything here, with the idea being that a bot will
> put some sort of text into the field and thus will be caught.
> Jennison

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