WordPress Zero Spam

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Why should your users prove that they’re humans by filling out captchas? Let bots prove they’re not bots with the WordPress Zero Spam plugin.

WordPress Zero Spam blocks registration spam and spam in comments automatically without any additional config or setup. Just install, activate, and enjoy a spam-free site.

Zero Spam was initially built based on the work by David Walsh.

Major features in WordPress Zero Spam include:

  • No captcha, spam isn’t a users’ problem
  • No moderation queues, spam isn’t a administrators’ problem
  • Blocks 99.9% of spam registrations & comments
  • Supports caching plugins to help provide great performance
  • Blocks spammy IPs from ever seeing your site
  • Extend the plugin with action hooks
  • Theme & plugin integration for any form on your site
  • Optional logging, so you can see who’s trying to spam
  • Advanced settings for complete control

1 Comment on “WordPress Zero Spam”

# Nov 27, 2019

The downside of this new plugin is that anyone without support for JavaScript will have their comments rejected. However, the percentage of actual commenters with JS turned off is likely to be infinitesimal compared to the number of bots trying to comment on your site. If you don t mind the JavaScript requirement and want a simple solution with no options to configure, then WordPress Zero Spam is a plugin that may work well for you.

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