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Hi, I've never used Concrete, but I need to put "recaptcha" to the form of a website.

My current version is 8.3.2

What is the procedure to add recaptcha to my form? I have tried to search for information but I have not been able to add it.

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hutman replied on at Permalink Reply
hutman
You can install this add-on https://www.concrete5.org/marketplace/addons/recaptcha...

Then setup your keys and add the captcha to your form.
carlosibex replied on at Permalink Reply
Thanks for your answer.

Forgive my basic question, but how to access the form? (I have never used concretet5)
hutman replied on at Permalink Reply
hutman
Try by logging in, going to the page that the form appears on, and editing that block.
carlosibex replied on at Permalink Reply
Ok, I have installed the add-on that you recommended me. Later I generated and placed the keys in "captcha configuration".

But I do not know how to add it, I'm in the domain.com/contact section and I do not see a "block" called "captcha" or "recaptcha". How is it added?
hutman replied on at Permalink Reply
hutman
It's not a separate block, it's part of the form block. There should be a setting in there "Solving a CAPTCHA Required to Post?" or something similar. You set it to Yes and it will show the captcha on the form.
carlosibex replied on at Permalink Reply 2 Attachments
I do not see the option anywhere. When I try to edit the block, an HTML editor opens. How should I do to add it with HTML?

I attached an image. If I click on the first option "edit block" I get the HTML editor that I mentioned earlier.

I have also attached a screenshot of the HTML editor.
hutman replied on at Permalink Reply
hutman
If that's an HTML block it's going to be very complicated to add the captcha, I'm sorry I can't give you directions on how to do that here.
carlosibex replied on at Permalink Reply
Your message is "hopeless". Why can not you pass me the HTML tag?


PD: I have used quotes because I am using a translator, maybe it translates poorly.
hutman replied on at Permalink Reply
hutman
Unfortunately this isn't something you can just add to the front end, you also have to add the code to the part of the code that this form posts to that checks the value of the captcha in order to verify that it was filled out properly.

Since this isn't a Concrete5 from there is no way for me to guide you where to put the code that checks the submission.