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How to Install the Universal Anti-Spam Plugin by CleanTalk

Universal Anti-Spam plugin can be installed on any custom websites, CMS and Frameworks. If you don't have programming experience to add our API on a website it will be a better way to protect your website from spam with CleanTalk. Invisible to the visitors, spam protection has a positive effect on the loyalty of the site's audience. Read more about all CleanTalk anti-spam features.

Installation guide

1. Make backup copies of your website files and database.

2. Download and unzip the "cleantalk" folder into your websites' ROOT folder.

3. Proceed to address (your_website_name/cleantalk/install.php):

 

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4. Enter your Access key and click the button "Install" to continue with the installation or enter your e-mail to register a CleanTalk profile and continue with the installation.

Also, you can register a CleanTalk profile manually by simply clicking the button "Don't have an account? Create here!". 

 

 Uni Anti-Spam install

 

Universal Anti-Spam plugin will write protection code to index.php file by default. If your contact or registration forms are located in different files/scripts, list them in the "Advanced configuration" section separated by commas. Also, you can set an additional password to the plugin settings.

 

Advanced config 

 

At the end of the successful installation, you will see this message

 

Success

 

5. You can test any form on your website by using special e-mail stop_email@example.com. Every submits with this email will be blocked. There is an example of site registration interface on the image.

test

 

Blocking message

Сongratulations! The setup is complete!

 

Notice: To enter the plugin settings go to (your_website_name/cleantalk/settings.php). Here you can manage the plugin options, see statistics and uninstall the plugin.

Settings

 

Go to Dashboard

 

Please go to Dashboard to see the anti-spam status, add new websites or manage existing ones!


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