How-to: Add BWP reCAPTCHA to Contact Form 7 (CF7)
1. If you have been using an unofficial Contact Form 7 BWP reCAPTCHA extension, be sure to remove it before continuing with this tip.
2. As of version 2.0.0, you should use
[recaptcha your-name] only.
2. As of version 1.1.1, BWP reCAPTCHA allow you to choose between
[bwp-recaptcha] shortcode tag. To keep using the oldie
[recaptcha], go to BWP reCAPT > General Options > Contact Form 7 Integration and select “use recaptcha shortcode tag”.
Please follow three easy steps described below:
Step 1: Go to Contact > Contact Forms and then choose to edit your desired form and select BWP reCAPTCHA. This tag comes with no options currently as it inherits settings from BWP reCAPTCHA.
Step 2: Copy the auto-generated tag and paste into your form, preferably right before the submit button of your form. Press Save to save your form.
Note: As of 2.0.2, a name is not required for the recaptcha tag to work. However, if you want to display a validation error next to the recaptcha tag, you must set the name (for e.g. “[recaptcha recaptcha-375]”), and uncheck “Treat invalid captcha as spam”, as shown below:
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Step 3: Go to BWP reCAPT option pages to add key pairs and customize your reCAPTCHA if you haven’t done so already. Just like other forms the captcha will only be shown to certain users, as per your settings.
That’s it, go to your contact form and enjoy the new shiny reCAPTCHA.