twSblamPlugin - 0.0.3

Antispam validator plugin

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twSblam plugin

The twSblamPlugin is antispam validator plugin. It uses Sblam antispam system to validate message. Is much better front line check system than Captcha. Captcha can be used as second test when SBLAM will detect propably SPAM or SPAM. Second test (Captcha) can be good option if users like to add lots of links to their posts for example.

Sblam project site is now only in Polish version but if someone help translate this site I think that lead developer of this project will be very happy.

Instructions

You can use Sblam Validator class like normal Post Validator

Example

lib/form/SblamTestForm.class.php

    class SblamTestForm extends sfForm {
        public function configure() {
            $this->setWidgets(array(
                'name'    => new sfWidgetFormInputText(),
                'email'   => new sfWidgetFormInputText(),
                'message' => new sfWidgetFormTextarea(),
                'www'     => new sfWidgetFormInputText(),
            ));

            $this->widgetSchema->setNameFormat('blogpost[%s]');

            $this->setValidators(array(
                'name'    => new sfValidatorString(array('required' => false)),
                'email'   => new sfValidatorEmail(array('required' => false, 'trim' => true)),
                'message' => new sfValidatorString(array('min_length' => 4, 'trim' => true)),
                'www'     => new sfValidatorUrl(array('required' => false, 'trim' => true)),
            ));

            $this->validatorSchema->setPostValidator(new sfValidatorSblam(array('blogpost' => array('message', 'name', 'email', 'www')), 'zwxkS5pDST8v8qdd8e', sfValidatorSblam::PROBABLY_SPAM));

        }
    }

In upper example Validator will react where SBLAm returns sfValidatorSblam::PROBABLY_SPAM or sfValidatorSblam::SPAM (result >= 1)

You can chose list of types when Validator react's:

    $this->validatorSchema->setPostValidator(new sfValidatorSblam(array('blogpost' => array('message', 'name', 'email', 'www')), 'zwxkS5pDST8v8qdd8e', array(sfValidatorSblam::SPAM, sfValidatorSblam::SERVER_ERROR)));

Possible parameters for sfValidatorSblam are:

  • @param array $fieldnames An array of fields to check
  • @param string $apikey Generated in http://sblam.com/key.html SBLAM apikey
  • @param mixed $not_valid Level (int) or levels (array) when Validator throw not Valid error
  • @param array $hosts Optionaly array of alternative SBLAM server hosts
  • @param array $options An array of options
  • @param array $messages An array of error messages

modules/testform/actions/action.class.php

    class testformActions extends sfActions {
        public function executeIndex(sfWebRequest $request) {
            $this->form = new SblamTestForm();
            if ($request->isMethod('post')) {
                $this->form->bind($request->getParameter('blogpost'));
                if ($this->form->isValid()) {
                    $this->redirect('testform/ok');
                }
            }
        }

        public function executeOk(sfWebRequest $request) {
        }
    }