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  • #16
    What did you have your Human Verification set to?
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    Wayne Luke
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    • #17
      hello
      I disabled human verification for some actions as shown this capture

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      • #18
        That just hides the problem really. It doesn't tell us what was causing the blank page.

        Under Settings -> Human Verification Manager, what is it set to?
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        • #19
          I really do not know the causes, but the activated human verification causes a white cache in register.php without sending an error

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          • #20
            Yes, the cause is a PHP Error. However there are a number of different types of Human Verification under Settings -> Human Verification Manager. I just need to know which one you have checked. Then we can determine if it is a problem in vBulletin or not.

            Is it so difficult to look at that page and tell me which one is checked?
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            • #21
              Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
              Yes, the cause is a PHP Error. However there are a number of different types of Human Verification under Settings -> Human Verification Manager. I just need to know which one you have checked. Then we can determine if it is a problem in vBulletin or not.

              Is it so difficult to look at that page and tell me which one is checked?
              Hello whyne

              I tried all the human checks, when I checked registration, register.php white page, also when I check (Retrieve lost password) the login.php? Do = lostpw page also does not work (blank page) but The other contact us and search, there is no problem when checked


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              • #22
                Please... You're not following my instructions.

                Go to the Admin CP. Click on Settings. Click on Human Verification Manager. Tell me which option is Checked. DO NOT CLICK ON OPTIONS.

                Your available options should be one of Disabled, Image Verification, Question and Answer, and Recaptcha. There should be nothing about registration or search on the page that I am directing you to.
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                • #23
                  Ah ok, sorry, I did not understand your question
                  Now New reCAPTCHA which is enabled., But I installed it only yesterday before I had Verification Image that was enabled.
                  But it does not work because I have disabled human verification

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                  • #24
                    If that is the answer you want then I'll leave you to it. Disabling Human Verification isn't recommended because it will open your site to spam.

                    Sounds like you have a plugin that is out of date with your PHP version.
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                    • #25
                      Yes indeed you are right, but I am obliged to disable the human check otherwise the registration page will not be accessible.,I do not know what plugin is out of date with my PHP version. , But the plugin / hook deactivation did not solve the problem.

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                      • #26
                        I discovered this yesterday. For me it was regarding a mod called "reCAPTCHA v2 Human Verification" throwing a PHP error since I upgraded to PHP5.6 so that I could use VB4.2.5.
                        "[Mon Jun 12 06:40:25.... 2017] [:error] [pid ...] [client ...:...] PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined method vB_HumanVerify_Abstract::vB_HumanVerify_Abstract() in .../includes/class_humanverify_new_recaptcha.php on line 14, referer: http://www..."

                        The details & fix are 1/2 way through this thread https://www.vbulletin.org/forum/show...315960&page=14

                        Hope that helps.
                        Last edited by woodmj; Wed 14th Jun '17, 10:33am.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by winky8300 View Post
                          Hello l
                          I just settle my problem, I just go into ACp options >>Human verification And I disabled, and register.php works normally.
                          But in this case the captcha system does not work.
                          I would like to thank all those who have tried to help me,trevor ,mark and paul
                          It sounds like you are using the Anti-Spam Options - reCAPTCHA v2 Human Verification - vBulletin.org Forum plugin.

                          That needs to be modified slightly for vBulletin 4.2.5. See https://www.vbulletin.org/forum/show...&postcount=217 and https://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showpost.php?p=2586632

                          If you do not update this add-on, you will get a blank page for anything that uses reCaptcha, typically including Register and Contact Us.


                          1. Re-download the add-on files from vBulletin.org

                          2. EDIT /includes/class_humanverify_new_recaptcha.php from the add-on package

                          On line 14 REPLACE:

                          Code:
                                  parent::vB_HumanVerify_Abstract($registry);
                          with:


                          Code:
                                  parent::__construct($registry);
                          3. Save. Upload the files to your forum location. Import the product XML file with "Allow Overwrite" set to yes.

                          4. Done.
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                          • #28
                            Hello
                            thank you very djbaxter much for posting this solution that I missed at vb.org
                            I made this change and it works flawlessly

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