How to Add reCAPTCHA On WordPress with LoginPress

Do you want to add reCAPTCHA on WordPress login Page?

Google offers reCAPTCHA,  a CAPTCHA-like system, to help you protect your website from spam or abuse. It is like a shield to your website that protects you against “bots” and other “malicious software”. 

LoginPress's premium plans offer a feature to enable Google reCaptcha on the Login, Registration, and Forget form of your WordPress site. 

In this knowledge-based article, we’ll show you how to easily add reCAPTCHA to the WordPress login page with LoginPress.

How to Add reCAPTCHA on WordPress Login Page with LoginPress

Step 1: Go to WordPress Admin Dashboard

First off, you’ll need to log in to your WordPress site. Go to the WordPress admin dashboard and navigate LoginPress >> Settings.

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Next, a new screen with Settings will open up. Under the Settings tab, you’ll find the enable reCaptcha toggle button. Enable LoginPress reCaptcha by toggling on enable reCAPTCHA button.

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Once you enable reCAPTCHA, several other fields will open up, including Recaptcha type, Site Key, Secret Key, Choose theme, Choose language, and enable reCAPTCHA on, From here, you can choose a Google reCAPTCHA type and find reCAPTCHA API keys to enable the service on your site.

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Step 2: Register Your Site to Get reCAPTCHA API Keys

To get these API keys, you need to go to the Google reCAPTCHA website.

Here you’ll need to enter your website name in the Label field and then select a reCAPTCHA type. In our case, we've chosen the reCAPTCHA v2 I’m not a robot checkbox.

Note: Make sure to go for the type of reCaptcha same as that you have selected in LoginPress Settings.

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Next, you need to enter your domain name e.g: yousite.com

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The Owners section shows your email address and also lets you add a new owner.

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After that, you need to check the box next to “Accept the reCAPTCHA Terms of Service” and the ‘Send alerts to owners’ box to get email alerts about suspicious traffic on your site.

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Once done, click on the Submit button.

Step 3: Adding reCAPTCHA to WordPress with LoginPress 

Next, a new screen with the Site Key & Secret Key will open up. 

Copy the site key and secret key

Copy the Site Key & Secret Key and paste them into LoginPress reCaptcha Settings.

paste the site key and secret key

Note: You can choose between a Light or Dark theme if you select the reCaptcha V2 I'm not a robot. Select the reCaptcha score from 0.1 to 1.0 if you select the reCaptcha V3.

You can enable reCaptcha on Login, Registration, and Forget Form. Where you want.

Choose the form to enable reCAPTCHA

Click the Save button, once the changes have been made. 

Save changes

Step 4: All Done

You’ve successfully added reCAPTCHA to your WordPress site. Now your site is protected against bots and automated scripts. It won’t let the user log in to your site unless they pass through a simple test that proves whether they are human or a bot.

Enjoy a well-maintained, secured, and protected WordPress site. 

This is what your login page would look like with reCAPTCHA:

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That’s it. We hope now you understand how you can add reCAPTCHA with LoginPress on your WordPress site. 

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Updated on November 14, 2022

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LoginPress is fully supported with multilingual. LoginPress is also compatible with WPML Plugin, which means you can easily translate your login page with WPML plugin according to the given translation options in the WPML plugin.

Is LoginPress translation ready?

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3. Pro features will be enabled automatically.
4. You don’t need to set up Free version options again.
5. Setup Pro features like Google fonts, Google reCaptcha, Choose themes, etc.

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You can find it in the email Sales Receipt.

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