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CAPTCHA is one of the most used and hated pieces of technology on the web. It almost defines the term "necessary evil" while driving website visitors completely insane. Webmasters love the fact that it can cut spam on their sites to almost nothing, and website visitors sometimes completely abandon their form submissions over frustratingly garbled words and numbers.
People have lamented over and over, "There must be another way!" Well, there are other ways, and we'll look at one in this article. This alternative, however, could be just as controversial as CAPTCHA itself.
One of the first things I looked for after discovering Joomla was a free form builder. Most sites require a basic contact form. Other sites might need to collect unique data or conduct a survey or create a simple order form. This post reveals the current state of play of free Joomla form builders.
Working with forms in Joomla is probably one of the most popular requested topics. We've already covered one great solution, Wufoo forms, and now I will share another option, Google Forms.
I am a fan of using Joomla for all your website needs wherever possible. However there are times when it might make sense to use an external solution. In this tutorial you will learn how to create forms using a popular service called Wufoo and embed the form into a Joomla article.