This plugin hasn’t been tested with the latest 3 major releases of WordPress. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.



minteye allows you to add CAPTCHA boxes for spam prevention, Unique No typing Sliding CAPTCHA
With easy integration of minteye Sliding CAPTCHA, monetize your CAPTCHA and increase the success rate while reduce your site bounce rate. Smart, quick and user friendly.

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  • No Typing CAPTCHA
  • Fully configured from the admin panel
  • Setting to hide the CAPTCHA from logged in users and/or admins
  • Setting to show the CAPTCHA on the registration form and/or comment form


  • Works with WordPress 3.6+
  • PHP 4.3+
  • Your theme must have a <?php do_action('comment_form', $post->ID); ?> tag inside your comments.php form. Most themes do.
    If not, in your comments.php file, put before .


  • screenshot-1.gif is the CAPTCHA on the comment form.

  • screenshot-2.gif is the CAPTCHA on the registration form.

  • screenshot-3.gif is the 'minteye Options' screen on the 'Admin > Settings > minteye page.


  1. Download the plugin and extract the folder contained within.

  2. Upload or copy the folder to your /wp-content/plugins directory.

  3. Visit and sign up for a FREE minteye keys

  4. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

  5. Go to the ‘Settings’ menu in WordPress and set your minteye keys


What are the keys I need to provide?

After you sign up to minteye and register your website, you will get three keys which identify your account and secure your web page.

Make sure to copy & paste the exact keys values to your plugin’s settings.

The CAPTCHA is not being shown

By default, registered users will not see the CAPTCHA.
Log out and try again.

If you don’t want to hide the CAPTCHA from registered users (or other permission groups), simply uncheck the
‘Hide CAPTCHA…’ option or change the desired permission group on the minteye plugin’s settings.

Sometimes the CAPTCHA is displayed AFTER the submit button on the comment form

Best practice is to edit your current theme comments.php file and locate this line:
ID); ?>
Move this line to BEFORE the comment textarea and the problem should be fixed.

Alernately, you can check the ‘Rearrange CAPTCHA’s position on the comment form automatically’ option on the minteye plugin’s settings, and javascript will attempt to rearrange it for you.
This option is less recomended.

Contributors & Developers

“minteye” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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  • Release date: 23 October 2013
  • Fix HTTPS (SSL) captcha verification


  • Release date: 07 May 2013
  • Fix API server domain


  • Release date: 23 Feb 2011
  • New at AdsCaptcha: Security Slider CAPTCHA
  • New themes and available dimensions


  • Release date: 02 Feb 2011
  • Automatic HTTPS (SSL) support
  • Fixed non-js browsers IFRAME scrolling and dimensions


  • Release date: 19 Jan 2011
  • Modified no JavaScript support (noscript) template


  • Release date: 10 Jan 2011
  • New AdsCaptcha API version


  • Release date: 19 Dec 2010
  • Fixed (another issue) the single quote usage in the custom error messages


  • Release date: 16 Dec 2010
  • Fixed the single quote usage in the custom error messages


  • Release date: 30 Nov 2010
  • Fixed delete_preferences() warning


  • Release date: 22 Nov 2010
  • Fixed registration CAPTCHA validation


  • Release date: 10 Oct 2010
  • First release!