Provides Captcha display on login, registration, lost password and commenting pages in WordPress (Also works for WooCommerce)
|Author:||Benjamin Guy (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||4.7|
|WordPress version tested:||4.8|
|Added to WordPress repository:||06-02-2017|
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- Upload the
pluginfolder to the
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ area in WordPress
- Go to Settings -> Captcha Them All
- Select the areas to protect with captcha. Login Form, Register Form, Lost Password Form, Comments Form
- Choose type of captcha to use
- Fill out any required fields for the captcha type selected
- Click ‘Save Settings’ button
Language is still in English on Google Recaptcha
This is commonly because the Language you are trying to use is not supported by Google Recaptcha service. Please see the list of supported Google Recatpcha languages here
If your language is supported, make sure the language is set to the one you want in WordPress Admin Panel *Settings -> General, ‘Site Language’ setting. If this is set to your language and it is still not displaying the correct language for Google Recaptcha, please make a Support Ticket
I see the word ‘ReCaptcha’ but I dont see a Google Recaptcha box?
This is generally because the ‘Site Key’ or ‘Secret Key’ for Google Recaptcha in Settings -> Captcha Them All is missing or invalid. Fix this setting and the box should display.
I get the error ‘Error when parsing configuration: Unknow client:’ for the image when displayed for Captchas.Net
This happens because the Captchas.Net username in Settings -> Captcha Them All is missing or invalid.
I always see ‘Captcha Validation Failed’ when using Captchas.Net
This is most likely because your Captchas.Net secret key in Settings -> Captcha Them All is missing or invalid.
It said this plugin supports WooCommerce? But I can’t see the Captcha box!!
This plugin also fully supports the WooCommerce Core Plugin, and not any other WooCommerce extensions. The components in the WooCommerce Core are below:
* Login Form * Registration Form * Login Form and Registration Form when on the same page * Product Review Form (Does not display for Logged in User) * Lost Password Form * Checkout Login Form
If you would like to see support for a WooCommerce Extension added, please contact us at email@example.com or make a Support Ticket
I see no Captcha box on my Login Form, Registration Form, Lost Password Form or Comment Form
Please make sure the checkboxes for the areas you want protected with Captcha are selected in Settings -> Captcha Them All. The particular area of WordPress will only be protected if you select the corresponding checkbox. The available areas to be protected are:
* Login Form * Registration Form * Lost Password Form * Comment Form
I’m a Plugin Developer and I want to have Captcha Them All supported.
Are you a plugin developer and would like to have Captcha Them All support your existing or developing plugin? It can be a Contact Form, Support Ticket System, Product Review, Tesimonials or anything else you need protection from Hacking and unscrupulous users. If so then contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or make a Support Ticket
Im having major issues with this plugin and I need help!!!
Don’t Panic!! We can help!! Just make a Support Ticket and we will get back to you ASAP!
- Fixed issue with CF7 not displaying on ‘[cta_recaptcha* cta_recaptcha]’ shortcode
- Fixed validation for captcha code when Contact Form 7 is displayed.
- Fixed response codes for Contact Form 7 responses – Removed HTML tags
- Changed WooCommerce Hook ‘allow_password_reset’ to ‘lostpassword_post’ as WooCommerce added my suggestion to respect same format for ‘lostpassword_post’ as WP Core does. (https://github.com/woocommerce/woocommerce/pull/13558)
- Split WooCommerce registration form hook to ‘woocommerce_register_form’ instead of ‘register_form’ as this conforms more correctly to WooCommerce Documentation.
- Added code to check for ‘Google Captcha (reCAPTCHA) by BestWebSoft’ plugin and give warning notice as plugins can conflict.
- Updated admin menu options to properly run ‘activate_options’ function when plugin is updated. Not just on initial activation of plugin
- Changed filter line from “add_filter( ‘wp_authenticate_user’, array($CTA, ‘CTA_validate_captcha_login’), 10, 2 );” to “add_filter( ‘authenticate’, array($CTA, ‘CTA_validate_captcha_login’), 10, 3 );” to validate captcha response BEFORE password and username are checked (Better Security)
- Changed “add_action( ‘register_post’, array($CTA, ‘CTA_validate_captcha_register’), 10, 3 );” to “add_filter( ‘registration_errors’, array($CTA, ‘CTA_validate_captcha_register’), 10, 3 );” (More correct check for validation errors for registrations page)
- Changed “$errors->add( ‘denied’, __( ‘ERROR: Captcha validation failed.’ ) );” to “$errors = new WP_Error( ‘denied’, __( ‘ERROR: Captcha validation failed.’ ) );” so the errors returned to the user for registrations are overwritten unless captcha is validated (Better Security – Malicious users cannot hit website to discover valid email addresses or usernames) – DOES NOT WORK FOR WOOCOMMERCE. DUE TO WAY THEY VALIDATE EMAIL ADDRESSES
- Added in support to show login captcha on every login, or only on 1-5 failed attempts – New option added to settings page. Default option is ‘every login’
- Added DB table %prefix%_CTA_ip_failed_atts to track failed IP logins
- Added check to clear the failed login attempts per IP from DB after 15 days since last failed attempt (Keeps DB cleaner)
- Theme My Login support
- Removed static support for Contact Form 7. Use shortcode [cta_recaptcha* cta_recaptcha] in contact form.
- Removed protection option call “Contact Form 7” in admin area. Made reference to [cta_recaptcha* cta_recaptcha] shortcode.
- Added option for changing SecurImage Captcha type for either Text or Math Problem Captcha
- Added in support for Contact Form 7. Does not use NATIVE Contact Form 7 reCAPTCHA code, but uses Captcha Them All code.
- Added another protection option call “Contact Form 7” in admin area. Default state is OFF
- Changed “Phonetic spelling (mp3)” link to use target=”_BLANK” so it opens in a new window.
- Added .htaccess file to captcha-them-all/securimage/ to allow access to captcha-them-all/securimage/securimage_show.php as SUCURI and other security plugins blocked access to this file.
- Added check for securimage signature colour. If this was not set the plugin would fail to load.
- Gold release