Thank you for this plugin – very useful.
Just a heads up, the plugin description needs a tweak. It’s still boilerpate text: ‘This is a short description of what the plugin does. It’s displayed in the WordPress admin area.’.
I cant use recaptcha, because isnt privacy by default (gdpr) – at the moment I must use an other plugin. There is an other solution to use enfold contact form?
“We created an enfold recaptcha plugin here: https://github.com/KriesiMedia/enfold-library/tree/master/customizations/enfold-recaptcha”
How does one download and install the plugin from GitHub?
On closer inspection it looks like if I remove the disabled attribute and set the field as visible, I can submit the form w/o passing the captcha check. Has anyone else found this?
@Vicky: That is actually how the plugin works. It disables the button, hide it, remove the action attribute and enable it back if you pass recaptcha. We can add more layers of security, like fetching a certain value in the database and compare it to something, or listen for mouse events checking if the interaction is made by a script or a human etc, but I think that is enough for now. And of course, that implementation is not impregnable as long as one is so eager to break into it.
@tglawe: We did try to implement it for V3 but it’s not validating correctly, so it had to be downgraded back to V2, temporarily.
@heathcliffe: You can get a copy from the github repository and upload it manually in the plugins folder.
It’s not part of the core because it will probably add another complexity for a lot of users, much like Google Maps did when the new API keys were introduced.
We’ll close this thread for now. Please feel free to open a new thread if you have more questions.
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