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WordPress WP-CLI

From WikiOD

WP*CLI is a set of command-line tools for managing WordPress installations. You can update plugins, configure multisite installs and much more, without using a web browser.

Manage themes[edit | edit source]

Get a list of themes.

$ wp theme list

Install the latest version from wordpress.org and activate

$ wp theme install twentysixteen --activate

Install from a local zip file

$ wp theme install ../my-theme.zip

Install from a remote zip file

$ wp theme install http://s3.amazonaws.com/bucketname/my-theme.zip?AWSAccessKeyId=123&Expires=456&Signature=abcdef

Get details of an installed theme

$ wp theme get twentysixteen --fields=name,title,version

Get status of theme

$ wp theme status twentysixteen

Manage plugins[edit | edit source]

Get a list of plugins

$ wp plugin list

List active plugins on the site.

$ wp plugin list --status=active --format=json

List plugins on each site in a network.

$ wp site list --field=url | xargs -I % wp plugin list --url=%

Activate plugin

$ wp plugin activate hello-dolly

Deactivate plugin

$ wp plugin deactivate hello-dolly

Delete plugin

$ wp plugin delete hello-dolly

Install the latest version from wordpress.org and activate

$ wp plugin install bbpress --activate

Manage WP-CLI itself[edit | edit source]

Display the version currently installed.

$ wp cli version

Check for updates to WP-CLI.

$ wp cli check-update

Update WP-CLI to the latest stable release.

$ wp cli update

List all available aliases.

$ wp cli alias

Print various details about the WP-CLI environment.

$ wp cli info

Dump the list of installed commands, as JSON.

$ wp cli cmd-dump

Download, install, update and manage a WordPress install.[edit | edit source]

Download WordPress core

$ wp core download --locale=nl_NL

Install WordPress

$ wp core install --url=example.com --title=Example --admin_user=supervisor --admin_password=strongpassword --admin_email=info@example.com

Display the WordPress version

$ wp core version

Transform a single-site install into a WordPress multisite install.

$ wp core multisite-convert

Install WordPress multisite from scratch.

$ wp core multisite-install

Manage users[edit | edit source]

List user IDs

$ wp user list --field=ID

Create a new user.

$ wp user create bob bob@example.com --role=author

Update an existing user.

$ wp user update 123 --display_name=Mary --user_pass=marypass

Delete user 123 and reassign posts to user 567

$ wp user delete 123 --reassign=567

Perform basic database operations using credentials stored in wp-config.php[edit | edit source]

Create a new database.

$ wp db create

Drop an existing database.

$ wp db drop --yes

Reset the current database.

$ wp db reset --yes

Execute a SQL query stored in a file.

$ wp db query < debug.sql

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