Thursday, 29 January 2015
Having robots fill in your form fields and submit form spam with no benefit to you can be extremely annoying and waste your time as you delete unwanted messages. We have a built in captcha that you can use to discourage bots from filling in your forms, but we have now added another option. If you would like to add a Google Recaptcha account to your Build111 or Church111 forms, this option is now available through a simple interface in the admin area. This will make it harder for bots to submit forms and cause you trouble, but the down side is that it also makes it a bit harder for some humans as well.
To enable Google's Recaptcha, go into the admin section, then into forms management, then at the bottom of the screen, there is a space for their Recaptcha account info. If you click the little help icon "?" it will explain how to get your Public & Private Key pair to set this up. Then once you save that info, the new captcha will appear on the forms.
Posted on 01/29/2015 9:51 AM by Customer Service
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