Captcha is the method used by most websites to prevent spam by creating a challenge test to ensure a response is not generated by a computer. The predominant method is to create a series of alpha-numeric characters that a user must enter in order to submit a form or blog comment. Personally, I hate them but they are a necessary evil; however, Adaptistration users can avoid the CAPTCHA beast when submitting comments by becoming a registered user…
The comment process for registered and unregistered users is akin to the difference between shooting a bullet and throwing it. For logged in registered users, all you have to do is enter your comment and send it off (although it still goes into the moderation hopper) whereas unregistered users have to submit their name and email as well as complete the CAPTCHA test every time they submit a comment. To register or log in, just look for the Meta field located at the bottom of the left-hand column.
In addition to avoiding the CAPTCHA beast, registered users also get their own user dashboard which provides a list of recent comments and the most popular articles as well as a user management screen where you can tweak your display info. So what are you waiting for, it only takes a few moments to create a registered user account.
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i always wanted to know more about CAPTCHAs and this encouraged me. 🙂