Prevent Spam with hCaptcha

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Duncan Hamra
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What is hCaptcha?

hCaptcha is a type of CAPTCHA (Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart) that is designed to protect websites from spam, bots, and other automated attacks. CAPTCHAs are used to ensure that only humans can complete certain actions on a website, such as filling out a form or creating an account.

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Enable hCaptcha

Component → Copy our light mode component or our dark mode component directly into your site. 

From Scratch → 

1) If you are using a custom Webflow signup form, then you will need to add a div to your form with the attribute data-ms-hcaptcha="light" or data-ms-hcaptcha="dark". Use "light" to create a light mode Captcha and "dark" for dark mode.
Note: The hCaptcha element is an iframe and has a max width of 302px.

#) Publish your site. 

3) Navigate to the settings page in Memberstack, scroll all the way down, and click "Enable hCaptcha during signup." Click Save at the top right. 

Disable hCaptcha

1) Navigate to the settings page in Memberstack, scroll all the way down, and click the checkbox next to "Enable hCaptcha during signup." Click Save at the top right. 

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