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Debugging recaptcha html form with python cgi

Posted on 2013-02-06
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I have an html form with a recaptcha image that posts to a python cgi script. The form elements are captured (they print to the form) with the exception of the recaptcha challenge/response, which always appear empty on submit.

The form was working only a short time ago and I've made no changes to apache2 or to my LAN or firewall since then. I understand that I can insert an error parameter into the challenge/response api, but I can't find an example in google docs.

Let me know how to fix this thanks
reg-cgi.txt
reg-html.txt
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Just to make sure that you have all the info you may need, I also attach the config file that is imported into the above python cgi script. It's straightforward - the primary purpose is to illustrate how I've complied with google's guidance in using my reCaptcha account.
config-py.txt
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Fixed. The form action must precede the table definition on the html page that is imported (the same rule applies for other languages such as php).
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Of course I'd rate my own solution as excellent! This took a while but it works.
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