Add an SVG image captcha and honeypot to your contact form 7 form. This CAPTCHA is GDPR compliant and does not slow down your site with additional header requests like Google’s ReCAPTCHA.
Add the shortcode [cf7ic] to the form editor where you want the captcha to appear.
As of version 3.1.0, if you have Contact Form 7 Conditional Fields installed, you will need to add
[hidden kc_captcha "kc_human"] to the forms you DO NOT want the CAPTCHA on, otherwise those forms will not submit.
You can hide the CAPTCHA until a user interacts with the form, by adding “toggle” to the shortcode.
Version 3.0.0 uses SVG’s instead of font icons, I have tested the changes to make sure the update would not cause any noticeable changes, however if you notice any issues, please let me know. That said, for those who have added their own custom CSS styling, you may need to update your css to account for the icon change.
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[cf7ic]to your contact form 7 forms
Simply add this shortcode
[cf7ic] to your contact form
To make it so the CAPTCHA only shows when the form is being filled out, add “toggle” to the shortcode
[cf7ic "toggle"] in your contact form.
The most likely reason the toggle is not working is because the double quotes around the word toggle has been changed to “smart quotes”, meaning that they are opening and closing quotation marks and not the verticle lines.
To fix, simply delete the quotes and re-add them with your keyboard – do not copy and paste.
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