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	<h1>BotDetect CAPTCHA PHP Web Applications</h1>
	
	<p>An overview of web applications installed with BotDetect 3 PHP CAPTCHA Library.</p>
	
	<h2>BotDetect Demos</h2>
	<p>Demo web applications demonstrate various BotDetect CAPTCHA features and options.</p>
	
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		<h3>BotDetect Features Demo</h3>
		<p>This demo allows you to easily experiment with various BotDetect parameters and their combinations, so you can determine the best CAPTCHA settings for your needs.</p>
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			<li><a target="_blank" href="BotDetectFeaturesDemo/index.php">Run the Demo</a></li>
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	<h2>BotDetect Integration Samples</h2>
	<p>Integration sample projects show how to integrate BotDetect in your PHP applications.</p>
	
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		<h3>PHP Basic Captcha Sample</h3>
		<p>This sample project shows the most basic source code required to protect an PHP form with BotDetect CAPTCHA and validate the user input.</p> 
		<p>It can be used as a starting point when you are first learning how to use BotDetect.</p>
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			<li><a target="_blank" href="PhpBasicCaptchaSample/index.php">Run the Sample Project</a></li>
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		<h3>PHP Form Captcha Sample</h3>
		<p>This sample project shows how to add BotDetect CAPTCHA protection to a typical PHP form.</p> 
		<p>Captcha validation is integrated with other form fields validation, and only submissions that meet all validation criteria are accepted.</p> 
    <p>If the Captcha is sucessfully solved but other field validation fails, the Captcha is hidden since the users have already proven they are human.</p>
		<p>This kind of validation could be used on various types of public forms which accept messages, and are at risk of unwanted automated submissions.</p> 
		<p>For example, it could be used to ensure bots can't submit anything to a contact form, add guestbook entries, blog post comments or anonymous message board / forum replies.</p> 
		<ul>
			<li><a target="_blank" href="PhpFormCaptchaSample/index.php">Run the Sample Project</a></li>
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