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BWP reCAPTCHA 1.1.0 released – Contact Form 7 officially supported!

BWP reCAPTCHA 1.1.0 has been released with some exciting new features:

  1. 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.
  2. 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).
  3. 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.

You can find more info in the changelog as well as the (just updated) FAQ page.

Enjoy, and don’t forget to rate the plugin if you like it.

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11 Opinions for BWP reCAPTCHA 1.1.0 released – Contact Form 7 officially supported!

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    Mikael January 9, 2014 at 6:19 pm – Permalink

    Is this working with buddypress?

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    tom wible January 20, 2014 at 6:50 am – Permalink

    hey, thanx for adding the login integration…fixed my problem with the crap theme i’m stuck with;-)

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    Rich L February 11, 2014 at 6:20 am – Permalink

    Can your Plugin add reCaptcha to WP post-new.php form either through configuration or programatically?

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    Rich L February 11, 2014 at 11:23 pm – Permalink

    I just installed your 1.10 release and the reCaptcha is not present when using Safari web browser in some cases. I have it enabled on login and it seems to disappear after a bad login attempt. I see the HTML source in the page.
    Any thoughts?

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      Khang Minh February 12, 2014 at 5:56 pm – Permalink

      Adding reCAPTCHA to post-new.php is indeed possible, but that would introduce a different set of features that I would not want to venture into yet. What are your suggestions?

      Too bad I don’t have Safari here with me (only an outdated Windows version of it) but let me find a way to reproduce the issue. What are the “some cases” you mentioned, apart from after a bad login?

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    Ghyslain D March 17, 2014 at 8:20 am – Permalink

    Good plugin!

    I use it in combination with contact form 7.

    Do you intend had support to WPML?

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      Khang Minh March 20, 2014 at 9:41 pm – Permalink

      No plan to support that yet.

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    Cara Menarik January 31, 2015 at 9:11 pm – Permalink

    I just installed this plugin to integrate with Contact Form 7. But why after I added the shortcut and activated it, when I filled a wrong/blank answer for recaptcha and submit it, I got the message still has been sent successfully?

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