It’s easy to add reCaptcha to various places on a WordPress site. And it protects the WooCommerce side of the site, helping to avoid SPAM and those nasty automated bots.
For instance, adding it to a guest checkout or registration are just a couple of ways to use it.
reCaptcha for WooCommerce
Once you have installed and activated it, you will find the general settings under WooCommerce > Settings > reCaptcha. This is where you put in your reCaptcha site and secret key. Also, fields for a couple of custom error messages.
Then you will find activation and settings for each of these areas:
- WooCommerce Registration
- WooCommerce Login
- WooCommerce Lost Password
- WooCommerce Guest Checkout
- WordPress Login
- WordPress Registration
- WordPress Lost Password
Within each of the options, you have the choice to toggle it off or on, add a field title, and adjust the reCaptcha theme and size.
And as an example, I have added it here for guest checkout.
It’s that simple to set it up and start catching those bots. You can check out the