Wat (not the one in Angkor)
Adds a Captcha field to Mezzanine's form builder.
This is a hack which looks at the field types in your Mezzanine installation and infers a safe-enough ID number to use. If, by any reason at all, you were to make apps like this one, and get the IDs wrong, your forms will see weird side-effects.
A registry for custom fields in Mezzanine would be more worth-while!
setup.py should install
django-simplecaptcha, which is required.
The application needs to be before
I use it between the django and mezzanine ones:
'django.contrib.staticfiles', 'captcha', # \__ the new ones 'mezzacaptcha', # / 'mezzanine.boot',
You also need to configure
urls.py in your Mezzanine app:
url("^captcha/", include('captcha.urls')), # Slap it in before the catch-all url("^", include("mezzanine.urls")),
Run also migrations:
python manage.py migrate captcha
Now you can create captchas for your forms in admin!
Include the following option on your settings.py in order to add a captcha on the blog comments form.
COMMENT_FORM_CLASS = "mezzacaptcha.forms.CaptchaThreadedCommentForm"
For info on captcha configuration please see https://django-simple-captcha.readthedocs.org/en/latest/index.html
BSD. Whatever. Not gonna care too much.