Wrightrac

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We just moved over to WHM and I'm having a devil of a time trying to put forms on our websites. I need to use php forms and I generate the forms, but when I upload them to the website they do not work.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

Wrightrac

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How they do not work

When I try to upload a php form with CAPTCHA security, the security box does not come up. On our old server, it will, but not on this server. Also, if I put the form up without the CAPTCHA security, when I send a test email it is never received.

Also, how do I find out if WHM is PHP, MySQL, PHP SESSIONS and GD compatible?
 

cPanelDavidG

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When I try to upload a php form with CAPTCHA security, the security box does not come up. On our old server, it will, but not on this server. Also, if I put the form up without the CAPTCHA security, when I send a test email it is never received.

Also, how do I find out if WHM is PHP, MySQL, PHP SESSIONS and GD compatible?
Go to WHM -> Software -> Apache Update, be sure to load the existing configuration then see what modules you have selected for PHP by proceeding as if you were going to recompile Apache and PHP. If you don't see a module selected that you need, select that module and proceed with the build process. This process can take a few minutes to a half hour.
 

Echelon17

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When I try to upload a php form with CAPTCHA security, the security box does not come up. On our old server, it will, but not on this server. Also, if I put the form up without the CAPTCHA security, when I send a test email it is never received.

Also, how do I find out if WHM is PHP, MySQL, PHP SESSIONS and GD compatible?
Firstly, if no images are showing up you should check the Apache error_log. You'll find this at /usr/local/apache/logs/error_log - it should throw up the exact PHP issue(s) you're experiencing so you can determine which modules are not installed.

Sounds like a typical case of GD being unavailable, but logs will confirm. As stated by another poster, just recompile apache with GD support and all should be well.