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VaultPress is good for security and for backups. If you're serious about running a business/website on the web, then you need to be serious about both of those things as well :)
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Try to get your footwork down as early as possible (balls of your feet, bursting into everything). It really changes what you\'re capable of, and will give you an edge over most folks. Some of the guys I trained with were also fond of a kind of joke acronym -- ABC: Always Be Countering (most defenses should be accompanied, or very quickly followed by a counter of some sort). HTH, have fun!
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If you\'re doing it on a page with multiple Posts then you\'ll need to figure out something most likely using classes for the selector, and then traversal for re-positioning the buttons (relative to where they were originally placed).
To be honest, I have no idea. I also don\'t know if this still works at all -- I haven\'t touched this code in a few years I\'m afraid.
This is a complete standalone script. It needs to exist at the root level of your WordPress install and then you can either run it from the command line (as mentioned in the post), or you can just request that file via your web browser. Make sure you delete it once done. And do it on a test blog first.