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Joel Rivera29,401 Points
Are the forms that that we learn to create here able to prevent spam and email injectors? Or do we need to add anything to the form code?
Aaron Martone3,290 Points
I haven't taken that section yet, but I cannot think that form elements alone would prevent such harassment. Usually, a combination of client-side and server-side code is needed to thwart most issues. I've seen some articles recently regarding fun, creative ways to ensure that the person using your site is a human (like little embedable games that have you drag on screen elements into certain positions)
J.T. Gralka20,126 Points
Hope my advice is insightful!