It is my understanding that Zoho doesn't support Captcha. It was discussed by the moderators.Then why not just invest in Captcha software or similar?
The moderators have had that ability all along. We currently delete spam and bot posts. Part of being a moderator is having enough self-control to not abuse the controls that we have on the forums.Now your moderators have more work + they have the ability to delete anything that they disagree with (possibly politically, ideologically, socially) and can effectively silence comments that they don't like.
I'll repeat what Zac posted above, I believe that it states it best:I just think there are smarter ways to go about this than moderating all comments and applying a veil of censorship to the process.
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That is why I was clear in stating, "While it can be a primary design, it's best to have the current "traditional" design available for those that prefer it."@x-15a2 - well, whilw it is true not eerybody likes a clean look, not everybody likes the traditional look either.
My point is that a modern or flat design inherently is neither more or less complex than other designs. Navigation is more than just the look and feel of the design, it's also the placement of navigational aids, context menus, clarity of written help and aids, etc. Just adding flat design elements alone doesn't necessarily make navigation easier or harder than a more traditional approach.As far as not addig complexity is concerned, thats the whole point of a modern design. It simplifies navigation and makes it easier on overall for the end user to use the site.
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