KK wrote: Did you happen to take a look at my earlier reply? -
To prevent the form from adding a security token automatically, you may set 'add_security_token' param to '0' in the <cms:form> tag.

That will, of course, open up the form to CSRF attacks upon registered users (i.e. those logged in with Couch accounts). If, however, it is only anonymous visitors that comment, I think it shouldn't matter much.

Hope it helps.

Wouldn't that help? Please let me know.

Ahhh, I thought that we are just discussing another solution in general, just to know how it can be done :) Provided tip with the form's argument would help in my situation as it is anonymous commenting system. Thank you!