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    JcM NavBar Google Translate V1.0 Phoenix A simple add-on that allows you to place the Google translate widget into the navbar on your site. Your customers can now translate your website with a simple click on one of the languages in the drop down list. It’s a simple no core change add-on so just copy files over go to admin and install and set up. That’s it enjoy. Has been tested on Phoenix 1.0.3.0 only.
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    JcM NavBar Google Translate V1.0 Phoenix A simple add-on that allows you to place the Google translate widget into the navbar on your site. Your customers can now translate your website with a simple click on one of the languages in the drop down list. It’s a simple no core change add-on so just copy files over go to admin and install and set up. That’s it enjoy. Has been tested on Phoenix 1.0.3.0 only.
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    JcMagpie

    HoneyPot Captcha

    Then you have not applied it correctly. 1) It will stop 99% of all fake accounts made by bot's ( nothing can stop human factory fake accounts) 2) Have installed on about 20 sites that were getting fake account problem has stoped on all sites. So yes it does work. 3) Your customers complain about you keeping them safe ( stupid cutomers no?) Also you can change recpatcha so customer is not required to do anything ( invisable cpatcha) simply pick the one you are happy to work with.
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    tonymazz

    HoneyPot Captcha

    My screenshot was from the admin side. We automatically send random generated passwords to the client via welcome email and try to collect minimal info at the time of checkout. I thought about the email confirmation email, however over 75% of our clients want to just check out. Any delay in the checkout process can result in a lost sale. So that would not work. I agree with you on this. Should any visitor even be creating an account without an actual purchase to start with? An option in admin could toggle that as an option for those that would. In our case we are not interested in people signing up for a subscription or discounts as some commerce sites do. Perhaps, on the confirmation page the client is offered the opportunity to create an account at the end of the checkout confirmation (admin can set default). So, create_account would not be offered as a standalone, automatic account creation would only occur after a bonafide purchase. And of course the admin would need to be able to create an account from admin side. I will noodle this more.
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