Divi Forms Google reCaptcha Plugin

(9 customer reviews)

$7.99

Description

Description

Update 2019.12.03: As of Divi/Extra 4.0.7, ElegantThemes includes the ability to connect to reCaptcha v3 in the Contact and Opt-in modules. As a result, this plugin will now be sold as is. No continued support or refunds. Support will continue for existing customers through the subscription period. You may still find this plugin useful if you:

  1. Maintain an older version of Divi
  2. Need reCaptcha v2

A simple plugin that adds Google’s reCaptcha (no Captcha reCaptcha) or invisible captcha to all your Divi Contact Module forms. Now compatible with the Divi Opt-in and Divi Login modules! Just install the zip file from the plugin installer or extract the folder and upload it via ftp. Then go to Settings->Divi Google reCaptcha and enter your Google public and private keys. Create your keys by following this link.

Our focus shifts to updating Divi Contact Extended along with our other plugins.

Reviews (9)

9 reviews for Divi Forms Google reCaptcha Plugin

  1. Mike Christodoulou (verified owner)

    Amazing Plugin works perfectly

  2. egwuibe (verified owner)

    This is a great DIVI Contact Captcha Plugin.
    I have been searching for any solution that will allow me to use Google reCAPTCHA instead of the default DIVI Contact form captcha. This plugin solved the problem.
    Implementation was very easy; install the plugin, activate it and go to “Settings” and click on “Divi Google reCaptcha”. This will open a page for you to enter the Google Site Key and Secret Key.
    NOTE: You must have a Google email account to be able to generate the SIte Key and Secret Key.
    I highly recommend this plugin.

  3. patrick (verified owner)

    Works great, the only downside I found is that this won’t enable the captcha on your WordPress login screen. Even though the settings say it can.

    • Trumani

      Hi Patrick, thank you so much for your purchase and feedback. The recaptcha can be enabled on the Divi login module, NOT the wordpress default login page. I’m sorry for the confusion.

  4. ahetzel (verified owner)

    Works great thank you. Using WP 4.9.7, Divi 3.9, AWS hosting. Easy to install: upload/activate plugin, add site key and secret key under ‘Settings’ on the main WP menu. NOTE that I needed to disable Minify in my cache plugin (W3 Total Cache) on my contact page, as it was interfering with the Google reCaptcha script. No big deal…

    • Trumani

      Thank you so much for your feedback! I have added your compatibility note to the support tab info.

  5. Lukas (verified owner)

    Great plugin, but Google Captcha V3 would be better for designing reasons.

    • Trumani

      Hi Lukas, thank you so much for your input! We are now integrated with Google reCaptcha V3. Please login to My Account and select the downloads tab to download the latest version of the plugin (1.1.5).

  6. Producermatt (verified owner)

    Hi, the plugin is amazing. It’s working fine on a single page form. But we have two forms on homepage and both form are conflicting. When I fill the one form still get an error of google recaptcha because of the other form.

    • Trumani

      Hi Producermatt, thank you so much for your feedback. Have you the most recent version (1.1.5) of the plugin? I would recommend using Google reCaptcha v3. Feel free to reach out at ryan@trumani.com.

  7. Thomas Dunn (verified owner)

    Gret plugin. Does just what I need it to do. QUESTION: I have installed v. 1.1.6… do I still need to disable minify in W3 Total Cache? Thanks.

    • Trumani (verified owner)

      We appreciate the feedback, thank you! Recommend testing a form submission first without updating W3 Total Cache. If everything is working as expected, you won’t need to disable minification for form pages.

  8. joan ramon Musons (verified owner)

    Perfect, very easy to install and activate. I’m very happy.

  9. Patrick Waara (verified owner)

    The price is right, and it was easy to install. It seems to work testing the front end, but I am still getting a ton of contact form spam. Currently using v2 for privacy reasons, but may switch to v3 to see if it works any better.

    • Trumani (verified owner)

      Hi Patrick, thank you for your feedback! We’ve released an update that should help. I’ve sent you an email with the details.

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Features

Features

  • Inserts Google reCaptcha box to Divi Contact Module forms
  • Option to choose light or dark skin
  • Invisible reCaptcha compatible
  • v3 compatible
  • Option to enable on the Divi Module Opt-In forms
  • Mobile friendly

License

License

You can use this plugin on unlimited sites (your own and clients). You are not allowed to resell this or include this in your commercial product. In other words, you cannot sell child themes with this module.

Support

Support

This plugin is tested back to Divi version 3.0.2. It will likely not work with earlier versions. It has not been tested with 3rd-party plugins such as Divi Overlay Module. If the plugin doesn’t work for you, contact me here. I will reply within 48 hours 99% of the time.

reCaptcha Not Appearing: Ensure that you have added keys to the plugin settings page: YOURSITE.com/wp-admin/options-general.php?page=trumani_1.1.7/trumani.php. Check to see if the version of the keys you added aligns with the version you selected in the settings.

Translation: If you use v2 and would like to translate the “I am not a Robot” text, you can grab the language code here: https://developers.google.com/recaptcha/docs/language. Insert ?hl=[language code] after https://www.google.com/recaptcha/api.js on line 230 of trumani.php in v1.1.6 or on line 483 in v1.1.7 of the plugin.

Compatibility: You may need to disable Minify if using W3 Total Cache on any pages where this plugin is active, as it interferes with the Google reCaptcha script. Google reCaptcha will not preview in the Visual Builder. The plugin may also not be fully backward compatible with the old Divi backend builder.

Still Getting Spam: Check the IP address of the submissions in your comments section of the WordPress admin. If there is one or only a few offenders, these IPs can be specifically blocked in one of two ways.

Developer solution: https://www.wpbeginner.com/wp-tutorials/how-to-block-ip-addresses-in-wordpress/

Plugin solution: https://wordpress.org/plugins/ip-geo-block/

Version: 1.2.3 – 2019.11.28