BWP reCAPTCHA 1.1.0 released – Contact Form 7 officially supported!
BWP reCAPTCHA 1.1.0 has been released with some exciting new features:
- Contact Form 7 is now officially supported, just activate BWP reCAPTCHA alongside with Contact Form 7 and you’re ready to go. No need for a third-party integration plugin. I’ve written a small guide on how to add BWP reCAPTCHA to Contact Form 7, please take a look if needed.
- You can now add BWP reCAPTCHA to WordPress Login Form (wp-login.php). Please note that this option is disabled by default, go to BWP reCAPT > General Options to enable it. In summary, a reCAPTCHA can be added to WordPress Login Form, User Registration Form, User/Blog Registration Form (Multi-site installation).
- Admin can now choose to use main site’s key pair or different key pair for a specific site, which means you can both have sites that use same reCAPTCHA key pairs (useful for multi-site with sub-domain/sub-directory installation) and sites that use different reCAPTCHA key pairs (useful for multi-site with mapped domains).
Version 1.1.0 is WordPress 3.8 compatible and works well with Multi-site network. As always, please post any question or bug report to the BWP community.
Enjoy, and don’t forget to rate the plugin if you like it.