I see a field labeled "Phone". This seems to be the "honeypot" field, completion of which by a bot should reject the comment. Why do I see it at all? I see it has the class .comment_phone_input .. Do I need to style this myself, or should the plugin be emitting the appropriate css to hide it?Use honeypot: yes
Use hidden captchas: reject comments
spam log type: don't log
Answer retrieval method: JSON
type of question: math problems
Next, I see the "hidden captcha". It's not hidden either. I see the math question, and depending on the answer retrieval method, the answer may, or may not be shown in the input field. Again, I am led to believe these things should not be seen by actual visitors, but rather are means against bot spam. Do I simply hide them myself via css, or is there an option I need to enable to emit the proper css?
EDIT: After more than a dozen or so previews, the two label/input pairs are now hidden. What happened? Also, no comment is allowed to be submitted due to this error: "Spam Prevention: Wrong Captcha."