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Connecting reCAPTCHA to your website

In addition to our native Honeypot protection, you can connect reCAPTCHA v3 to your contact forms to help you detect abusive traffic on your website without any user actions like clicking the “I'm not a robot” button.

Tip: reCAPTCHA v3 runs in the background, analyzes a user's behavior, and determines whether a user is a human or a harmful bot.

Step 1. Getting the Site Key and Secret Key

Sign up or sign in to an existing Google Cloud Console account:

Give a name to your future project and click Get Started button:

Note: You can name your project whatever you like.

Wait for the completion of the project creation. Once completed, go to the Cloud Console by clicking the Cloud Console button:

Enter a name for the future key (to simplify the search for numerous sites). After that, make sure that Website is specified in the Choose platform type drop-down list and then click the Add a Domain button:

In the window that opens, enter your domain and click the Done button, then Create Key.

After the page loads, copy the site key and secret key.

Step 2. Adding Keys

Open the site settings and go to the Form Management tab.
Open the Captcha tab.
Copy your keys from the Cloud Console and add them to the Site Key and Secret Key fields.
Click Connect button to save the keys.

Step 3. Connecting reCAPTCHA to the contact form

To enable the integration, go to the Integrations tab in the contact form settings and toggle the reCAPTCHA switch on:

Done! Publish the site to apply the changes and activate the anti-bot tool.

Updated on: 04/26/2024

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