It will tell you if your server's GD extensions, which you need for the security codes to display, are working. There are extensions for gifs, jpgs and pngs. Your server may not have jpg extensions turned on, for example. So your security codes have to be in png or gif format.
check the config file there is a setting in there to enable and or disable
$gfx_chk: Set the graphic security code on every login screen,
You need to have GD extension installed:
0: No check
1: Administrators login only
2: Users login only
3: New users registration only
4: Both, users login and new users registration only
5: Administrators and users login only
6: Administrators and new users registration only
7: Everywhere on all login options (Admins and Users)
NOTE: If you aren't sure set this value to 0
Sorry it took so long to get back. Well I did both of those, and it wants to work, but now I have a pic with a red x on it. Analyze said it was compatiable and everything. But the scary part is I turn it back off, and the thing just keeps showing up....any ideas on both of these problems?
Joined: Jan 18, 2004
Location: Tulsa Oklahoma
Tue Nov 23, 2004 5:00 pm
are you using Mozilla browser???
some older versions of mozilla i was not able to veiw the number only a red x
well thats not the problem either i veiwed your site with both browsers and no security code
check your Mainfile.php and your config.php file for extra spaces ate the end of the code at the bottom some editors will leave extra spaces at the end of the closing statement " ?>" delete all blank spaces at the end..
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