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[Plugin: WP-reCAPTCHA] Placement? (5 posts)

  1. SkyZero
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    How can you adjust the placement of reCAPTCHA? On my site in the coments section, it sits right on top of the 'Post' button. I'd like to put a line break or something in their but not sure what to look for in the editor. Using wordpress 2.7

    Site Link: http://pursuitofcharacter.com/2009/01/benjamin-button-on-fxguide/#comments

    Thanks!

  2. twistedsymphony
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    on mine it sits BELOW the post button... which sucks because users who don't scroll down all the way click submit and fail the captcha... which then deletes their comment.

    ideally it should go before the post button failing that before the comment section altogether

  3. twistedsymphony
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    After looking it over it would seem that the way the plugin is written it works great in IE6 but it doesn't work in FF3.

    the Javascript snippet that separates out the submit button and inserts the Captcha in before it throws and error in FF3

    EDIT: I discovered that the reason it wasn't displaying properly is because the theme I was using was missing an ID property for the submit button.

    id="submit"

    I suspect that IE6 grabs perhaps the name tag but FF must use the id... so both would need to be present for cross compatibility. adding the above line to the submit tag made the captcha place properly.

  4. powerkor
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    I'd like to know a better way to resize it. Currently it is too wide for my theme and doesnt fit in the content section.

  5. SP00N
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Apparently some people have the same issue with recaptcha sitting on top of the submit button and some don't. However, take a look at this website for the fix.
    Website:Adding space between reCAPTCHA and the comment Submit Button on WordPress

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