An easy to use wordpress Captcha plugin to prevent spam on your site. You can use Image Captcha to protect comments and the admin panel.
|Author:||Captcha Soft (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||3.5|
|WordPress version tested:||4.9.18|
|Added to WordPress repository:||11-06-2014|
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
|Total downloads:||16 790|
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Image Captcha plugin is a powerful captcha protection for WordPress login and comment forms. Image Captcha – it’s free and easy to use tool that will protect you from spam in the comments and prevent hacking the admin panel. In order to post comments or login, users will have to enter the name of the object in the picture. This prevents spam from automated bots. You can also set a ban by ip-address after three wrong inputs.
- Captcha on Login form
- Captcha on Register form
- Captcha on Lost Password form
- Captcha on Comment form
- Ban by ip-address after three wrong inputs
- An ability to add custom captcha images
- Russian (ru_RU)
If you notice any bugs in the plugins, you can notify us about it and we’ll investigate and fix the issue then. Your request should contain URL of the website, issues description and WordPress admin panel credentials.
screenshot-1.jpg is the captcha on the comment form.
screenshot-2.jpg is the captcha on the login form.
screenshot-3.jpg is the captcha settings on the admin plugins page.
Missing CAPTCHA on the comment form?
You might have a theme where comments.php is not coded properly.
Wopdpress version matters.
(WP2 series) Your theme must have a tag
<?php do_action('comment_form', $post->ID); ?> inside the file
Most WP2 themes already have it. The best place to put this tag is before the comment textarea, you can move it up if it is below the comment textarea.
(WP3 series) WP3 has a new function comment_form inside of
Your theme is probably not up-to-date to call that function from comments.php.
WP3 theme does not need the code line
do_action('comment_form'… inside of
Instead it uses a new function call inside of comments.php:
<?php comment_form(); ?>
If you have WP3 and captcha is still missing, make sure your theme has
<?php comment_form(); ?>
/wp-content/themes/[your_theme]/comments.php (please check the Twenty Ten theme’s comments.php for proper example)
An ability to display captcha in Register and Lostpassword forms has been added.
Usability at the settings page of plugin was improved.