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Implement a Captcha in a Google Sites webpage

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Is it possible to within Google Sites to setup a page for obtaining user input, such as an email address for getting on a mailing list, using a Captcha component? If yes, please provide some step-by-step detail, or reference a source with such information, for implementing that as a feature in design of a given webpage within Google Sites. Thank You!
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you could give the google owned reCAPTCHA a go

http://www.google.com/recaptcha/
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Wow, I wasn't aware that reCAPTCHA was now a Google owned operation. I will take a look at using that within Google Sites and then report back. It might take a day given other constraints, I will try my best to report back soon with the results. Thank you!
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