Using Google reCAPTCHA v3 on your WordPress website has many benefits:
- It protects against spam without adding tortuous puzzles
- You don’t have to insult your visitors by asking them if they are human
- Most reputable form solutions, like the Divi Form Module, offer simple integrations
- It’s 100% free of charge
On the downside you are not offered any design settings out of the box. But there are a few things you can do without breaking the Google guidelines. Here are four of my favorite reCAPTCHA badge styling tweaks from a series of articles here at the DiviMundo blog.
How to style the reCAPTCHA badge
- Hide the reCAPTCHA badge in WordPress (without breaking the rules)
- Move the reCAPTCHA badge to the left side
- Move the reCAPTCHA badge higher up (to prevent overlapping)
- Is the reCAPTCHA badge hidden behind your content? Here’s the easy fix!
Are you looking for more styling options? Let me know in the comments below.
That’s all for today!
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