Brian Cummiskey wrote: > An option that often works well is to use a hidden field. > > <input type="hidden" name="secretq" value="" /> > > On process, if there's any value in there, reject it. Bots tend to > fill all fields with something. > As with previous posts suggesting this approach, it sounds like a no brainer. But where is the [anecdotal] evidence that it works and why don't the big boys use it? Just asking the questions. I am of little brain and need enlightening. -- Kind Regards Chris Price Choctaw chris.price at choctaw.co.uk <mailto:chris.price at choctaw.co.uk> www.choctaw.co.uk <http://www.choctaw.co.uk> Tel. 01524 825 245 Mob. 0777 629 0227 Choctaw Media Fertile Ground for Websites Follow me on Twitter <http://twitter.com/choctaw> Catch up with me on LinkedIn <http://www.linkedin.com/in/spoonfulofdreams> Its a Living Thing~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ >> Sent on behalf of Choctaw Media Ltd << ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Choctaw Media Limited is a company registered in England and Wales with company number 04627649 Registered Office: Priory Close, St Mary's Gate, Lancaster LA1 1XB, United Kingdom.