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Hi, I would like to manage four website wordpress, but password captcha etc... it is very annoying, someone has already written a script or something like that I can see. THX

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ok, I solved the captcha, because the plugin allows you to enter an ip with privileges... so I put my ip, and WP do not ask me the captcha, for the user and password? An example. THX

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!!! htaccess... ok I write my code and it works fine but... one of this website have the admin directory protect by htaccess user an pwd.. I need to insert my user and password inside this box, any Idea to do this.



;Create Obj

;Get Username Input and Passwort Input

;Set Inputs

;submit event
Local $oSubmit = _IEGetObjByName($oIE, "wp-submit")
_IEAction($oSubmit, "click")


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