GOOGLE Webmaster Tools Celebrate Valentine’s Day (Valentine’s Day) today, Saturday, February 14, 2015. They make the sentence “I Love You” as CAPTCHA (Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart) in the blog or website registration “form” box.

The Google version of Valentine’s Day February 14 celebration is carried out at the website/blog registration facility with the address CB found out when registering one of the CB client blogs after modifying its appearance and seo.

This is what it looks like:

Google Webmaster Tools Celebrate Valentine's Day

On the basis of “love” or “affection”, Google also seems to want to “share the affection” by making it easier for the usually “rather difficult and complicated” Captcha to prove that we are humans, not robots or machines.

In addition to the words “I Love You”, Google added a pink background plus a heart pierced by a romance arrow.


Valentine’s Day is a special day for Christians around the world to commemorate the Reverend Saint Valentino. Valentine’s Day is Church Holidays.

According to Wikipedia notes, Valentine’s Day (Valentine’s Day) or also called Valentine’s Day, on February 14, is a day on which lovers and those who are in love express their love in the Western World.

according to The Catholic Encyclopaedia 1908), the term Valentine is taken from the name Valentine which refers to three different martyrs or saints (holy people in Christianity):

  1. A priest in Rome
  2. A bishop of Interamna (modern Terni)
  3. A martyr in the Roman province of Africa.

The connection between these three martyrs and the holiday of romantic love is unclear. Even Pope Gelasius I, in 496, stated that nothing really is known about these martyrs but that February 14 was designated as the feast day of Saint Valentine.

Some say that Pope Gelasius I deliberately set this to precede the holiday Lupercalia which is celebrated on February 15.*