Mohamed Atef

25 Jun 2021

How to add reCAPTCHA to Wordpress login page?


Protect your Wordpress login form with reCAPTCHA 

If you have a good traffic website of course you will complain from a lot of Attempts to login into your dashboard and using a reCAPTCHA is an amazing way to stop these Attempts into your website and this gonna help you to stop the activities of robots on your login page & also you can use the same plugin to add the reCAPTCHA into your comments form 

First Register your website in Google reCAPTCHA 

You have to visit Google reCAPTCHA and Fill the form by adding your website name & your domain & the email & accept the terms and conditions like the image below & we gonna choose the v2 reCAPTCHA because we need to add the reCAPTCHA Box (which called reCAPTCHA Challenge) which makes a test for the user to make sure it's not a bot, the v3 will not create this challenge box and it will be an invisible check-up 

Then you will have to keep the SITE KEY & the SECRET KEY in until you install the plugin and add these keys in it, 

Then when you save or copy them click Go to Analytics and open your Wordpress dashboard and install a plugin called Advanced noCaptcha & invisible Captcha (v2 & v3)
From the Dashboard > Plugin > Add new > search for Advanced noCaptcha & invisible Captcha (v2 & v3) then click on Install & active  

Now from settings click on Advanced noCaptcha & invisible captcha

Then past the secret key & site key from the previous step & fill the form and choose where you want to add the reCAPTCHA you can add it in Login & sign up pages & in the Comments form 

Now if you visited the login page you will start seeing the reCAPTCHA challenge box above the submit button

Note:  you can control the Security Preference which make the challenge harder of easier from the settings in your console settings

Thanks for reading, if you have any questions just let me know in comments below 


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