How to add WooCommerce reCAPTCHA to the registration form.

There is no need to purchase the WooCommerce reCAPTCHA plugin. You can easily add Google reCAPTCHA to your site.

The code below will quickly and easily add Google reCAPTCHA to your WooCommerce site.

You will need access to your WordPress directory. Either through SSH or file editing program.

Change into the folder your-main-wp-directory/wp-contents/plugins

Once your in the plugin directory type the following

nano woo_recaptcha.php

Past the following code into the nano editor.
Make sure to add your Google reCAPTCHA keys:
Add your sitekey at: data-sitekey="[reCAPTCHA Site Key]
Add your Google reCAPTCHA secret key at: a 'secret' => '[reCAPTCHA Secret Key]'

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Then press ctrl/command x and then 'y' to save and exit the editor

Then log-in to your WordPress site. Visit plugins. You will see a new plugin called WooCommerce reCAPTCHA
Activate the plugin.

Congratulations! You now have Google reCAPTCHA installed without the added expense

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