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[Resolved] WooComerce Lost Password Page

  • nickname

    @adamsmith0424gmailcom

    Hi,

    I followed your instruction to manually add Captcha to WooCommerce’s Login page and Lost Password page.

    It worked on the Login page, but not in the Lost Password page.

    The Captcha appeared before the submit button on the Lost Password page. However, the form was successfully submitted even if the Captcha field empty.

    How can I fix this? Thank you.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/captcha/

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  • Plugin Author bestwebsoft

    @bestwebsoft

    Hi,

    Captcha will only be displayed if you are using standard registration, login, comments form pages. In case of using custom forms and pages it will be necessary to make changes in them so that captcha could be displayed and work correctly.

    Please follow the instructions below.
    = I would like to add Captcha to custom form on my website. How can I do this? =
    1. Install the Captcha plugin and activate it.
    2. Open the file with the form (where you would like to add the captcha to).
    3. Find a place to insert the code for the captcha output.
    4. Insert the necessary lines:
    if( function_exists( 'cptch_display_captcha_custom' ) ) { echo "<input type='hidden' name='cntctfrm_contact_action' value='true' />"; echo cptch_display_captcha_custom() } ;
    If the form is HTML you should insert the line with the PHP tags:
    <?php if( function_exists( 'cptch_display_captcha_custom' ) ) { echo "<input type='hidden' name='cntctfrm_contact_action' value='true' />"; echo cptch_display_captcha_custom(); } ?>
    5. Then you should add the lines to the function of the entered data checking
    if( function_exists( 'cptch_check_custom_form' ) && cptch_check_custom_form() !== true ) echo "Please complete the CAPTCHA."
    or
    <?php if( function_exists( 'cptch_check_custom_form' ) && cptch_check_custom_form() !== true ) echo "Please complete the CAPTCHA." ?>
    You could add this line to the variable and display this variable in the required place instead of echo ""Please complete the CAPTCHA."". If there is a variable (responsible for the errors output) in the check function, this phrase can be added to this variable. If the function returns ‘true’, it means that you have entered captcha properly. In all other cases the function will return ‘false’.

    Sincerely,
    BestWebSoft Support Team

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