How to Add reCAPTCHA to your WordPress Site

Spamming could be one of the most annoying issues for your website. Especially if you use some publishing platforms like WordPress, your blog will be flooded with spam and no default methods will save you from such nightmare.
For your WordPress login and registration forms, the first thing you want to do is install and activate the Better WordPress reCAPTCHA plugin and go to BWP recapt to configure.This plugin utilizes the popular anti-spam library, Google reCAPTCHA, to help your blog stay clear of spams.
Better WordPress Recaptcha

Better WordPress Recaptcha

You’ll need to provide a public and private API key to use Google’s reCAPTCHA API. You can go to Google’s re-captcha website to get them here.
reCaptacha API Keys

reCaptacha API Keys

Now you need to go back to your site and add the keys in the settings page, make sure to click on enable for registration and login and then click save.
reCAPTCHA for comment form

reCAPTCHA for comment form

Contact 7 form integration

Contact 7 form integration

Now when you go to your site to login you will have a reCAPTCHA form like this.
reCAPTCHA for WordPress Login

reCAPTCHA for WordPress Login

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