How to add Google reCAPTCHA in WordPress

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Are you spamming by the spammer by putting the random comments on your WordPress website or blogs? If your answer is then “YES”, then this tutorial will help you more. Google has launched a tool called Google reCAPTCHA to stop spammers or bots to put random comments on your blog or website. In this tutorial, I will explain how to add Google reCAPTCHA in WordPress website step by step.

google recaptcha example php

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Google reCAPTCHA is the most popular since the day of its announcement. The performance of Google reCAPTCHA is not been evaluated yet because of its age.

Here is a WordPress plugin Google Captcha (reCAPTCHA) by BestWebSoft, which will allow you to add Google reCAPTCHA in your WordPress website. Download the latest version of this plugin from and login to your WordPress admin panel and then navigate to the Plugins=> Add New. Now select the downloaded zip file upload, after uploaded, click on Activate button to enable the plugin features.

Now go to this URL and generate the Site Key and Secret key and add those key in Google reCaptcha setting page. see the below screenshot.

google site key


This plugin is compatible with many famous plugins, see the below list:

  1. Contact Form 7 (since v 3.4)
  2. Subscriber
  3. Multilanguage
  4. Jetpack Contact Form [NEW]
  5. Fast Secure Contact Form [NEW]
  6. WooCommerce Login form, Register form, Lost password form, and Checkout billing form
  7. bbPress New Topic form and Reply form
  8. BuddyPress Registration form, Comments form, and Create a Group form
  9. Forums – wpForo Login form, Registration form, New Topic form, and Reply form

This plugin has the also PRO version with many others features, which helps you prevent from spamming on your website.

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About: Prem Tiwari

Prem Tiwari is the founder of and also a professional developer who has vast experience in PHP and open source technologies. Apart from this, he is a blogger by hobby and also he has been a regular speaker of WordPress sessions in various IT Companies.

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