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  • Resolved dpfuhl


    After installation of the plugin and insert of the code in the form, no captcha is displayed. A look into websides code shows:

    <div class="hidden" style="display:none;">
    <input type="hidden" value="1982260237" name="_wpcf7_captcha_challenge_captcha-920">
    <img class="wpcf7-form-control wpcf7-captchac wpcf7-captcha-captcha-920" width="72" height="24" src="" alt="captcha">
    <span class="wpcf7-form-control-wrap captcha-920">

    So the automatically generated style=”display:none” hides the whole captcha-div. I got no idea were this part of code is from and how to fix it.

    Thank you very much for any suggestions!

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  • Plugin Author Takayuki Miyoshi


    What form plugin do you use? At least it is not Contact Form 7.

    Thanks for your reply, Takayuki!

    Still it is Contact Form 7, V 3.2 in combination with Contact Form 7 Modules: Hidden Fields 1.2.1 and Really Simple CAPTCHA 1.5. WordPress ist 3.3.1.

    Plugin Author Takayuki Miyoshi


    Try deactivating all other plugins than Contact Form 7 and Really Simple CAPTCHA. And switching to the default theme.

    Well, I’ve found a solution:

    When inserting the generated shortcodes into the form, both must be wrapped by HTML-Tags with explicit defined classes, e.g.

    <p class="captcha-image">[captchac captcha-410]</p>
    <p class="captcha-input">[captchar captcha-410]</p>

    When no classes are defined, output HTML code changes to the weired example given in my initial post.

    Jake Love


    I was having this exact same issue so I checked which Contact Form 7 extensions I had installed. Sure enough – deactivating Contact Form 7 Modules: Hidden Fields fixed the problem.

    I’ve also reported this to the plugin author. My ticket there is

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