CSS Change colour of the Captcha? + Add one in the Client Area login - Upfront

Hi, im using the Upfront theme Spirit.
Currently there is a contact form at the bottom of the page with a black background.
The issue i have is that im using the inline fields which look nicer. but the Captcha code seems to be in black colour and since i have a black background it cant be seen. - Screenshot - http://take.ms/EB5z2 & when selected you can see it is actually there, just not visible - http://take.ms/m2n7K
So i need some help to change the colour to White so that it stands out nicely.

Secondly is there a way to Add a Captcha to the Login area "Client Area" checked the settings but couldnt see one there?) - http://take.ms/aqzkp

Domain - http://tinyurl.com/hmq3kl8

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Thanks
Tom

  • Tyler Postle

    Hey Tom,

    Hope your weekend is going well!

    I've added the following CSS to fix the captcha font colour issue:

    .realperson-challenge .realperson-text, .realperson-challenge .realperson-regen {
      color: #fff;
    }

    I added that to the contact form default CSS. Which you can find in the contact form advanced settings.

    Secondly is there a way to Add a Captcha to the Login area "Client Area" checked the settings but couldnt see one there?)

    There isn't at this time; however, you can always use a different login form plugin if needed :slight_smile:

    ie. If you plan on using our Membership 2 Plugin, it's login form supports recaptcha from this plugin: https://en-ca.wordpress.org/plugins/wp-recaptcha/

    So you can use both of those together to get a captcha protected login form.

    I'm also going to mark this as a feature request, definitely makes sense to me to add captcha option on the Upfront login form :slight_smile:

    Cheers,
    Tyler

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