BotDetect CAPTCHA Spanish Localization

This page contains the details of Spanish Captcha (Captcha Español) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Spanish CAPTCHA Locales

Spanish CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Spanish Spain es, es-ES

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Spanish Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Spanish Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Spanish -->
    <BotDetect:WebFormsCaptcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="es-ES" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Spanish    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "es-ES";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Spanish    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "es-ES"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="es-ES" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>es-ES</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("es-ES"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="es-ES"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="es-ES"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Spanish
    BotDetect.Locale = "es-ES"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Spanish
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "es-ES"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Spanish
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'es-ES';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Spanish
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'es-ES';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Spanish Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Spanish Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Spanish Captcha Locale, you should also download the Spanish Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Spanish Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The es-ES Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set, consisting of 26 characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Spanish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 efe F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 hache H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jota J
0x004B ka K
0x004C ele L (not used)
0x004D eme M
0x004E ene N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 cu Q (not used)
0x0052 erre R
0x0053 ese S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 uve V
0x0057 uve doble W
0x0058 equis X
0x0059 i griega Y
0x005A zeta Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Spanish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Spanish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 efe F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 hache H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jota J
0x004B ka K
0x004C ele L (not used)
0x004D eme M
0x004E ene N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 cu Q (not used)
0x0052 erre R
0x0053 ese S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 uve V
0x0057 uve doble W
0x0058 equis X
0x0059 i griega Y
0x005A zeta Z (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

Argentinian Spanish CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Argentinian Spanish Argentina es-AR

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Argentinian Spanish Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Argentinian Spanish Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Argentinian Spanish -->
    <BotDetect:WebFormsCaptcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="es-AR" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Argentinian Spanish    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "es-AR";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Argentinian Spanish    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "es-AR"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="es-AR" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>es-AR</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("es-AR"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="es-AR"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="es-AR"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Argentinian Spanish
    BotDetect.Locale = "es-AR"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)( "ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Argentinian Spanish
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "es-AR"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Argentinian Spanish
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'es-AR';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Argentinian Spanish
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'es-AR';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Argentinian Spanish Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Argentinian Spanish Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Argentinian Spanish Captcha Locale, you should also download the Argentinian Spanish Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Argentinian Spanish Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The es-AR Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set, consisting of 26 characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Argentinian Spanish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B (not used)
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 efe F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 hache H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jota J
0x004B ka K
0x004C ele L (not used)
0x004D eme M
0x004E ene N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 cu Q (not used)
0x0052 erre R
0x0053 ese S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 ve V (not used)
0x0057 doble ve W
0x0058 equis X
0x0059 i griega Y
0x005A zeta Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Argentinian Spanish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Argentinian Spanish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B (not used)
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 efe F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 hache H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jota J
0x004B ka K
0x004C ele L (not used)
0x004D eme M
0x004E ene N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 cu Q (not used)
0x0052 erre R
0x0053 ese S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 ve V (not used)
0x0057 doble ve W
0x0058 equis X
0x0059 i griega Y
0x005A zeta Z (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

Chilean Spanish CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Chilean Spanish Chile es-CL

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Chilean Spanish Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Chilean Spanish Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Chilean Spanish -->
    <BotDetect:WebFormsCaptcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="es-CL" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Chilean Spanish    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "es-CL";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Chilean Spanish    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "es-CL"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="es-CL" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>es-CL</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("es-CL"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="es-CL"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="es-CL"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Chilean Spanish
    BotDetect.Locale = "es-CL"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Chilean Spanish
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "es-CL"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Chilean Spanish
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'es-CL';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Chilean Spanish
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'es-CL';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Chilean Spanish Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Chilean Spanish Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Chilean Spanish Captcha Locale, you should also download the Chilean Spanish Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Chilean Spanish Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The es-CL Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set, consisting of 26 characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Chilean Spanish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B (not used)
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 efe F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 hache H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jota J
0x004B ka K
0x004C ele L (not used)
0x004D eme M
0x004E ene N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 cu Q (not used)
0x0052 erre R
0x0053 ese S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 be V (not used)
0x0057 doble ve W
0x0058 equis X
0x0059 i griega Y
0x005A zeta Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Chilean Spanish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Chilean Spanish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B (not used)
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 efe F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 hache H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jota J
0x004B ka K
0x004C ele L (not used)
0x004D eme M
0x004E ene N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 cu Q (not used)
0x0052 erre R
0x0053 ese S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 be V (not used)
0x0057 doble ve W
0x0058 equis X
0x0059 i griega Y
0x005A zeta Z (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

Mexican Spanish CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Mexican Spanish Mexico es-MX

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Mexican Spanish Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Mexican Spanish Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Mexican Spanish -->
    <BotDetect:WebFormsCaptcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="es-MX" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Mexican Spanish    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "es-MX";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Mexican Spanish    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "es-MX"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="es-MX" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>es-MX</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("es-MX"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="es-MX"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="es-MX"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Mexican Spanish
    BotDetect.Locale = "es-MX"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Mexican Spanish
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "es-MX"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Mexican Spanish
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'es-MX';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Mexican Spanish
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'es-MX';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Mexican Spanish Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Mexican Spanish Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Mexican Spanish Captcha Locale, you should also download the Mexican Spanish Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Mexican Spanish Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The es-MX Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set, consisting of 26 characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Mexican Spanish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B (not used)
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 efe F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 hache H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jota J
0x004B ka K
0x004C ele L (not used)
0x004D eme M
0x004E ene N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 cu Q (not used)
0x0052 erre R
0x0053 ese S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 uve V (not used)
0x0057 doble u W
0x0058 equis X
0x0059 i griega Y
0x005A zeta Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Mexican Spanish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Mexican Spanish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B (not used)
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 efe F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 hache H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jota J
0x004B ka K
0x004C ele L (not used)
0x004D eme M
0x004E ene N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 cu Q (not used)
0x0052 erre R
0x0053 ese S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 uve V (not used)
0x0057 doble u W
0x0058 equis X
0x0059 i griega Y
0x005A zeta Z (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9