Page, Form or Field Exclusion From Anti-Spam Checking

 

Here is the list of guides of setting up exclusions for the supported CMS.

 

Inability to exclude some fields  

It's technically impossible to exclude "Email" and "Nickname" fields on some forms. If exclusion of these fields is categorically important for you, we recommend the following:

 WordPress anchor CleanTalk

 

You can set up exclusions here:

WordPress Admin Page —> Settings —> Antispam by CleanTalk —> Advanced settings —> Exclusions

 

URL exclusions

To exclude website's page from anti-spam checking add URL of the page in the "URL exclusions" field. Use comma a separator if you want to add multiple URLs.

Exclusion by URL

 

You can use regular expressions to fine-tune exceptions.

Example 1: If you need to exclude a group of pages from the "some" category:

  • example.com/some/thing
  • example.com/some/one
  • example.com/some/body
  • example.com/some2/test

enable the option "Use Regular Expression in URL Exclusions" and enter the word "some" in the "URL exclusions" field — all pages in which the word "some" appears will be excluded from  anti-spam checking.

Example 2: if you want to exclude pages from the "some" category, but not from the "some2" category, you can use the regular expression \/some\/.

 

 Field name excluisons anchor CleanTalk

 

To exclude fields of the form, add the field name of your form in the "Field name exclusions" field. You can add multiple fields, separated by commas.

Exclusion by field

Similar to page exceptions, you can use regular expressions to fine-tune field exceptions by enabling the option "Use Regular Expression in Field Exclusions"

 

User's groups exclusions

 

To exclude by role, select a user's group in the list. To select multiple user groups, hold CTRL on your keyboard.

Exclusions by roles

 

Joomla anchor CleanTalk

 

You can set up exclusions here:

Joomla Admin Page —> Extensions —> Plugins —> Anti-Spam by CleanTalk —> Exclusions

 

URL exclusions

 

To exclude website's page from anti-spam checking add URL of the page in the field "URL exclusions". Use comma as separator if you want to add multiple URLs.

Exclusion by URL

 

Field name excluisons

 

To exclude fields of the form, add the field name of your form in the "Field name exclusions" field. You can add multiple fields, separated by commas.

Exclusions by field

 

Important: Exclusion works on forms except for comment and registration forms!

 

User's groups exclusions

 

To exclude by role, select a user's group in the list.

Exclusion by role

 

Drupal anchor CleanTalk

You can set up exclusions here:

Drupal Admin Page —> Configuration —> AntiSpam by CleanTalk" —> Settings —> Exclusions

 

URL exclusions

 

To exclude website's page from anti-spam checking add URL of the page in the field "URL exclusions". Use comma a separator if you want to add multiple URLs.

Exclusion by URL

 

You can use regular expressions to fine-tune exceptions.

Example 1: If you need to exclude a group of pages from the "some" category:

  • example.com/some/thing
  • example.com/some/one
  • example.com/some/body
  • example.com/some2/test

enable the option "RegExp?" and enter the word "some" in the "URL exclusions" field — all pages in which the word "some" appears will be excluded from anti-spam checking.

Example 2: if you want to exclude pages from the "some" category, but not from the "some2" category, you can use the regular expression \/some\/.

 

Field name exclusions

 

To exclude field of the form, add the field name of your form in the "Field name exclusions" field. You can add multiple fields, separated by commas.

Exclusion by field

 

Important: Exclusion works on forms except for comment and registration forms!

 

User's groups exclusions

 

To exclude by role, select a user's group in the list. To select multiple user groups, hold CTRL on your keyboard.

Exclusion by roles

 

Bitrix anchor CleanTalk

Go to the module folder and open the file "custom_config.php". Then add your page names separated by commas:

private $cleantalk_url_exclusions = '';

 

Example:

If you need to exclude the following pages:

  • example.com/some/thing
  • example.com/some/one
  • example.com/some/body

Simply add this line:

$cleantalk_url_exclusions = 'some';

 

 

 

 


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