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I only have anecdata of course but so far I've had a 100% success rate. I imagine this will come down eventually but for the past ~year or so it's been working fine to just hide the honeypot field with CSS



I'm glad it's worked for one of us at least.


I don't know if it helps any but I've been using a field that looks real.

Depending on where it is the name= would be surname (where the form submission has a name field rather than a first name surname split), website, url, etc




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