Resolved. Turned out to be something on the server.
PHP 5.2 reached “End of life” several years ago.
I would not recomend anyone go that far back.
PHP 5.6 and 7.0 supported for critical security issues only.
PHP 7.1 is the current version.
If you can I would try 5.6, also I would contact the vendor about the issue you are having.
hmm. I’m on Chillidog Hosting (@barchard What is our PHP version?) and can’t imagine I’m not updated to the latest PHP. My Formloom 3 page is fine and my CAPTCHA shows up… https://lisasandlerphotography.com/contact/
Thx for the correx. I should have written 5.6.
afaik Chilidog does not update php automatically, i imagine so things that require an older version do not get broken. So best to check your CPanel and see what version you’re on.
huh. ok. thx Dave. What do I click on in Cpanel? There are several php thingys lol
It’s Software > MultiPhp Manager You’re then given a choice of which php version you can select.
You can update it and then test your form and see if it still works. If not, just change it back. It’s pretty much instantaneous i think, but maybe wait a few minutes before testing. You can also check if any other stacks that use php are still working OK.
thanks. Seems to be working ok.
I remove php versions as they reach end of life. You can choose between 5.6, 7, and 7.1 at the moment.
Yes it’s instant. That’s the beauty in it
As usual, Greg, everything is easy with you and Chillidog I don’t see any problems.
If you have a test PHP page, you can add this code to an HTML stack:
<?php echo 'Current PHP version: ' . phpversion(); ?>
It will show you the PHP version.
If you want all the info(pages), there is add this code:
<?php phpinfo(); ?>
…or you can use Joe Workman’s Server Info stack for more comprehensive, very detailed info…
Take a try at PHPInfo above, it gives you everything possible to get from the server. Pages and pages of info.
Thanks, Doug, I will try it, although Server Info stack gives me more information than I know what to do with it…
Please ignore this post as it is totally FALSE. Our demo form is running on PHP 7 and works just fine.
The original poster’s form may have stopped working after the PHP switch, but that does not necessarily mean that PHP 7 does not work.
It could be anything from incorrect session settings or required modules not being installed.
The poster never sent me the url to a non-working page so I was unable to verify the issues causing his capthca to stop working.
Works fine for me as well.