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!