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    Small issue with my Site

    Try adding: td.body_content { float: left; // This is just one small solution, many other variations exist. But lets begin with this and do some trial and error. }
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    Fix to upgrade Google Recaptcha

    No problem! I been following your repo on github! great work you are doing. Im happy to help anyway i can.
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    How to cancel the Google verification code

    To fix this issue please see:
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    Fix to upgrade Google Recaptcha

    Okay this is one way of upgrading to v2 of recaptcha. Go here https://github.com/google/recaptcha and scroll down to Direct Download (assuming you don't use composer) and download the package. Once downloaded insert it into: core/lib/recaptcha-master Once you have done this go to core/modules/registration/registration.php # Replace or comment out require_once CORE_LIB_PATH.'/recaptcha/recaptchalib.php'; # With require_once CORE_LIB_PATH.'/recaptcha-master/src/autoload.php'; In that same file, scroll down to VerifyData # Replace all code relating to captcha check with // start the error array as false, we dont have any errors yet. $error = false; // set the configurations for the service to work. $secret = Config::Get('RECAPTCHA_PRIVATE_KEY'); $remoteIp = $_SERVER["REMOTE_ADDR"]; $gRecaptchaResponse = $_POST['g-recaptcha-response']; $recaptcha = new \ReCaptcha\ReCaptcha($secret); // Call the google service and verify the answer provided. $resp = $recaptcha->verify($gRecaptchaResponse, $remoteIp); // If Response was a success if ($resp->isSuccess()) { // No errors; continue $this->set('captcha_error', ''); } else { // Set error as true and show error on front-end $error = true; $this->set('captcha_error', true); } And finally on your registration_mainform.tpl <div class="g-recaptcha" data-sitekey="<?php echo Config::Get('RECAPTCHA_PUBLIC_KEY'); ?>"></div> <script type="text/javascript" src="https://www.google.com/recaptcha/api.js?hl=en"> </script> <!-- Recaptcha V2 --> <?php if($captcha_error == true) echo '<p class="error">Please verify you are human!</p>'; ?> you can make a function for that like v1 but that's up to you. Let me know if this helps you!
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    Gotcha! I'll have the older version installed sometime tonight or tomorrow and see how i can help others with the same issue.
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    There is a package with composer which is very easy to integrate with your forms. https://github.com/anhskohbo/no-captcha If this is what you are referring too. If not explain further and i might be able to assist you.