We are using the BP Ajax Registration Form for registering which is cool, but we have now been target of spammers on a daily basis. They do open accounts and then create a group and put their advertisments in the group with links to their homepages.
Might there be a solution for this to make the sign up more difficult for spammers to reduce these kind of spam advertisers?
Thanks for your feedback.
Spam is a huge issue with BuddyPress. I will suggest three options
1. Using this plugin to enable https://wordpress.org/plugins/buddypress-captcha/
2. If there are too many registrations(spam registrations) from specific domain, use our ban registration domain to ban some of these
3. If nothing works, you may use BP Registration Option plugin to keep the new users on hold and manually activate them.
i want to subscribe to buddypress plugin and I have some questions.
It is crucial for me to have an automated system to control spam registration and the capthca solution indicated here is 6 years old and not supported nor renewed.
1. Is there an updated solution compatible with your ajax registration system?
2. And, about this, I’d like a new user would be registered (using ajax plugin) in the home page (where other stuff are http://www.amodio.live), included in some groups (using your other plugin) and then remaining there in the home page as facebook-live (as by the other plugin) user. Does this happen flowly or some shortcode is needed?
Please let me known,
Here I am again.
To be more precise about point 2, I need that the stream activity showed in any page I need will be only the one related to the profile of the User if logged, and the register/log if not logged visitor.
The scope is inserting the social activity of the User in any page of the website it’s needed as it was the activity page of the member (and not only his stream). Is this possible?
Thank you for the question and patience.
2. You can configure the login/activation redirect for that. I don’t see any need for other plugin.
I will also suggest checking out cleantalk(which George has suggested) for spam. I have used it on couple of sites(not with Ajax Registration) and It did help a lot.
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