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Adding Google reCaptcha to Data bridge page

Thread began 2/01/2018 10:47 am by iain331081 | Last modified 2/07/2018 10:50 pm by iain331081 | 434 views | 8 replies

iain331081

Adding Google reCaptcha to Data bridge page

I am just looking at adding the Google reCaptcha to a WA based page. But I'm not sure about the position of where to put the various bits of PHP for doing the insert and sending email notifications as well when the form is submitted.

I have attached a page that had the reCaptcha working - but in its current state it displays success or fail messages correctly, but at the top of the page. Ideally they would be down the page at line 370 next to the reCaptcha graphic.

And it needs to do the insert and trigger the emails if the reCaptcha validates. I think its hopefully just a case of moving a couple of bits around, or putting some of the WA code inside the 'else' part of the reCaptcha code at the top. I've had a go, but couldn't seem to get it.

Thanks for having a look.

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