Support » Plugin: Advanced noCaptcha & invisible Captcha (v2 & v3) » Captcha Box overflowing container

  • I am having trouble with the CSS, as the captcha is contained in an iframe so I don’t seem to be able to override it. At the attached page, the captcha box overflows the sidebar widget. How can I fix this?

    • This topic was modified 3 months, 1 week ago by Reed Sutton.

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  • Plugin Author Shamim Hasan

    (@shamim51)

    You can go to settings page of this plugin and change “Size”.
    Or if you want more control on size you can follow https://wordpress.org/support/topic/login-page-recaptcha-size/#post-12468184

    Thread Starter Reed Sutton

    (@reedus33)

    I see.

    Yes I tried compact it only affects the wp login page, no other forms.

    The solution suggested (downscaling) doesn’t really fix the problem, which is that the captcha has an absolute size. It doesn’t size responsively within its parent container – so its not responsive at all. On smaller screen size than 1300px it goes completely off the page.

    I tried adding some css to adjust width to 100% but I dont know the container structure well enough. Suppose I will use this for now so it looks okay on the average desktop and keep playing around with it.

    Thanks.

    Plugin Author Shamim Hasan

    (@shamim51)

    Compact size should affect all forms. You can try clear caching if that helps.

    You can use media query for downscaling, So you can use different scale for different screen sizes.

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