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  • #953316

    why no one answer to me?

    #953423

    Hi Ismael,

    I believe you were replying to me. I do not have CSS or Javascript compressed on the Performance panel and I am still unable to have the Submit button enabled and go back to opacity of 1 after the Google Recaptcha is validated.

    I am using a Child Theme but not sure if this would have an effect.

    Perhaps Contact Form 7 be a workaround for my website?

    #953432

    Hi Ismael,

    I just tried ContactForm7 and it appears to be working so I will use that. Thank you.

    #953688

    Hi HirschGlass,

    Great, glad you found a solution.

    @forzalazionumero1 please open your own thread.

    Best regards,
    Rikard

    #957030

    Hello,
    We’re having the same spam issue with Enfold’s form and wanted to try to integrate Google Recaptcha, however the link to the code here has expired: https://kriesi.at/support/topic/spam-emails-through-contact-form/#post-940289

    Could you please re-post the code to include in functions.php?
    Thanks!

    #957533

    I have implemented the Google reCaptcha and it’s working ok, but now I’m getting complaints from users because the ‘click on all the cars’ etc version of the reCaptcha can take forever and people are giving up on it without every managing to send the form. It’s *very* frustrating.

    Can we get a version of the code to utilise the ‘silent’ version of the reCaptcha instead which doesn’t require too much end-user interaction?

    #959577

    Hi,

    We pushed the issue to the development team but I’m not sure if they’re going to provide a fix immediately because it’s the option is not directly included in the theme. You may want to look for other alternatives such as the following plugin.

    // https://wordpress.org/plugins/google-captcha/

    We’ll close the thread for now.

    Best regards,
    Ismael

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