Thanks to the suggestion from @dylansmithusa and support from Weebly community members, the Weebly team has added Google Captcha funtionality. YAY! I've seen folks asking for this update for a long time, and I'm excited that we finally made this idea a reality. You can read more in the Weebly Release Notes blog post.
You should see some other updates to the Weebly Editor this month, so stay tuned! In the meantime, check out the seven new apps that were added to the Weebly App Center in May:
Thanks for reading, and enjoy your day!
Thanks for responding, much appreciated.
OK, I have "OKed" Google Captcha within the form settings and signed in to my Google Captcha Account.
What I am lost with is "where" do I add the Site key to verify the account? (I am guessing that is what the Site key is for)
Step 1: Client Side Integration
Step 2: Sever Side Integrattion
Do I "Need" to do ALL of this for it to be able to work?
Thanks and regards, Jay
You shouldn't need to do that to use Google Captcha, @jaylethbridge - click on the Form Options button for the form in the editor, enable it there, then re-publish your site.
Are you logged into your Weebly account while you're testing? It only showed for me during testing when I opened my site in an incognito window.
Hmm... Can you link to the page with your contact form on it? I'll try it and see what it does for me.