With Contact Form 7’s reCAPTCHA (v3) integration ability, you can protect your contact forms from spambots. Since a spambot targets everything—not only contact forms—you may also want to protect other components on your website (such as comment forms) using reCAPTCHA technology.
Fortunately, Contact Form 7’s reCAPTCHA integration is designed to be open and accessible to other components. In this recipe, I’ll tell you how you can retrieve reCAPTCHA API keys and tokens from Contact Form 7 and reuse the data within your own reCAPTCHA plugin.
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A mail-tag has a corresponding form-tag; when an email is composed, a mail-tag in the email template is replaced with the user input value that comes through the input field represented by the corresponding form-tag.
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Contact Form 7 provides several kinds of user-input validation by default, including:
- Is a required field filled in?
- Does an email field have an email address in the correct format?
- Is an uploaded file in an acceptable file type and size?
You can also add your own custom validation.
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The previous recipe illustrated how you can add custom form-tags simply. In this recipe, you’ll learn how to retrieve values from a form-tag and use those values in the HTML output in a form.
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This is the first entry in a series of articles to help developers customize Contact Form 7.
The first topic is expanding Contact Form 7’s form-tags. As you probably know, form-tags are code in a specific format within square brackets, usually representing form controls like text input fields and submit buttons. Currently, Contact Form 7 supports 30 different types of form-tags by default.
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