The blog of Ross Fruen, a .NET consultant

Supporting version 2 of reCAPTCHA in FlatPress

Out of the box FlatPress provides captcha protection to comments via Accessible Antispam.

In an effort to give something back to the community and hopefully help with the digitization of books I have developed reCaptcha for FlatPress.

To use the plugin follow these steps.

Version 1.1 of the plugin now makes the four standard reCAPTCHA themes and eight languages (English, Dutch, French, German, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Turkish) available. In addition, support for Italian has been added to the plugin using this mechanism (with thanks to Roberto Rossi).


  1. What am I doing wrong?

    I downloaded the plug in to /fp-plugins/recaptcha. It does not show up in my plugin control panel?

    - Written on 14th November 2010 by Alan P
  2. Figured it out. Easy as pie when you are in the right directory.

    - Written on 15th November 2010 by Alan P
  3. Great to hear that Alan.

    Sorry I did not respond before you sorted it!

    - Written on 15th November 2010 by Ross
  4. Hi,
    Thanks for the great plugin! Works instantly.

    I created a german language file (only frontend messages for now). If i'm done translating it complete i'll send it to you. At the moment i'm busy and it was only important to me to have german frontend messages :-)

    - Written on 16th January 2011 by Daniel
  5. Hi Daniel,

    Glad to hear to plugin worked for you. It would be really great if you can provide a German translation - even front end only would be good.

    - Written on 16th January 2011 by Ross
  6. great work, thanks a lot

    - Written on 8th June 2012 by Simon
  7. perfect work on a client website, thank you

    - Written on 30th September 2012 by sentimancho
  8. Hiya! Where did you get layout of this website? It is incredible :D

    - Written on 1st April 2013 by Elena
  9. The theme is based on the leggero theme shipped with FlatPress.

    See the blog entry www.gsys.biz/blog/flatpress-theme-used-on-ramblingross for further details.

    - Written on 13th May 2013 by Ross
  10. really east to use flatpress and it is usefull

    - Written on 1st August 2013 by bursa kuruigneleme

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