Setting Up Google Captcha for Forms in Enquire MAP
A CAPTCHA is a type of challenge–response test used in computing to determine whether or not the user is human. The term was coined in 2003 by Luis von Ahn, Manuel Blum, Nicholas J. Hopper, and John Langford. The most common type of CAPTCHA was first invented in 1997 by two groups working in parallel.
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- The User needs to sign up at Google reCAPTCHA to register the Company site.
- The key pair consists of a site key and secret. The secret authorizes communication between the Company application backend and the reCAPTCHA server by visiting Verify the User's Site. The secret needs to be kept safe for security purposes.
- The API key pair is unique to the domains and first-level subdomains that the user specifies. Specifying more than one domain could come in handy if serving the website from multiple top level domains. I.E., if the User specifies the API key pair to yoursite.com, the following table shows whether or not reCAPTCHA will work for the domain and its subdomain variations. If specifying other domain names or TLDs (for example: anothersite.com, yoursite.net), the same reCAPTCHA conditions apply.
- Set the keys in Enquire MAP. Click on the account settings, scroll down, select the Integrations tab. Fill in the Google Captcha Fields
Add the ReCaptcha form field to the form. Open the landing page form, or web form in Enquire MAP. Google Captcha will now appear.
If you are using a webform, include Google's script. The following script needs to be added to the webpage that your exported form is embedded on.
<script src="https://www.google.com/recaptcha/api.js" async defer></script>
Please reach out to the dedicated Enquire Account Manager or Enquire MAP Support team for further assistance.