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leohtian template - contact settings

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9 months 1 week ago - 9 months 1 week ago #46765 by iain
a - In the property contact form a google recaptcha is shown
But in the site 'contact form' there is no captcha shown
I have looked on the jomres WP demo site and it is the same. (captcha on property contact form but not on site contact form)
can you please tell me how one adds google recaptcha to the site contact form
I am using wp and leohtian template

b - In header from site contact form the email header shows '[Leohtian] From test'
Any help in how I replace [Leohtian] for 'site name' please
Attached - Image of email header display

Thanks
iain
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Last edit: 9 months 1 week ago by iain . Reason: Marked with tick (Solved)
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9 months 1 week ago #46770 by Vince Wooll
I assume you're talking about wordpress-portal.jomres.net/?page_id=47

The form on the Jomres pages is generated by Jomres, whereas the above page is from the CMS, so they're completely different forms.

For B, please raise a ticket and we'll look into it for you.

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9 months 1 week ago #46774 by iain
HI,
a - Yes that is the url I was talking about (Sorry I will include url in any future ref)
So....Is there a way to add google captcha to the contact form please, Cannot see a way in contact page or template settings to add recaptcha code.

b - I shall raise a ticket now
Thank you
Iain
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9 months 1 week ago #46775 by iain
I have installed 3rd party contact form to create a new contact page
The captcha question is now solved thank you
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