Quote Pages - Add Captcha to Quote Page to Reduce Spam

If you are having issues with fake spam quotes coming into your account, you can add the following which should eliminate them from coming in.

1a. Create your own here: https://www.google.com/recaptcha/admin
      (select v2, and put inflatableoffice.com and your domain in the acceptable URLs)
1b. OR just use our account.

2. Edit page 'Quote Request' or ' Contact Form'.
3. Click </>
4. Next, scroll to the bottom and copy/paste the below under the page id input as shown below.

<script src="https://www.google.com/recaptcha/api.js"> </script>
<div class="g-recaptcha" data-sitekey="6LcvRG0UAAAAABFO_nnTiz8rqeeClfuuXsczK1vg"></div> 
<input type="hidden" name="g-recaptcha-secret" value="6LcvRG0UAAAAAO2xWUodc9ja1wifMKqMcgTEa1jX">

4b. Replace the sitekey and secret (only if you used step 1a above)

IO built WordPress site contact form
The form looks something like this

If you are wanting to add captcha to the contact form that appears at the bottom of all your WordPress pages on an IO built site, then you must edit the Elementor template footer (Elementor -> My Templates). You can edit the form and add a new input for google captcha and then enter your credentials inside the Elementor general settings (Elementor -> Settings -> Integrations). Please contact us for assistance if you get stuck.  

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