This topic contains 7 replies, has 5 voices, and was last updated by  Mary Anne Lavin 1 month, 4 weeks ago.

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  • #13773

    hlikes
    Participant

    Hi, is it possible to add a recaptcha field to the forms created with Frontend Submission?

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  • #13794

    Anh Tran
    Keymaster

    I’m afraid it’s not possible. I’ll see if we can add that to the plugin. This is a good idea.

    #14595

    TGHP
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    Replying to this so that I am subscribed to responses here

    #15679

    Mary Anne Lavin
    Participant

    I wonder from current Frontend users if they are under attack from killer bots? My client is asking for something – is there a work-around for this using other code or plugins?

    #15681

    TGHP
    Participant

    It’s certainly possible, but not straightforward. There’s no out of the box solutions out there.

    We ended up creating a custom field type that is given site/secret keys. Frontend output of the field handles recaptcha initialisation and backend processing hooks into metabox validation (that was the tricky part) that fires off to the API and validates g-recaptcha-response.

    #15682

    Mary Anne Lavin
    Participant

    Thanks!

    #15843

    Hi When Will This Available i also want to add recaptcha in my form..

    #16226

    Mary Anne Lavin
    Participant

    FYI: I was able to add Captcha V2 (The I Am Not a Robot challenge) by installing BestWebSoft’s Google Captcha plugin, which can be applied to custom fields. I called the php using MB’s custom HTML field and it works great – But I don’t like needing another plugin. I do think MB should have some version of this built into the Frontend Submission extension.

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