You can use the WP-CLI command line tool to configure which parts of your WordPress site will get automatically updated when new versions are released.
If you’ve followed my involvement in the WordPress community, you likely know that I’m a big fan of the WP-CLI project. After participating in a recent Hack Day, I’ve decided to spend some more time contributing to the project.
More reliable that WordPress’ built-in WP-Cron task scheduler, learn to trigger events in WordPress from Unix’s system cron service.
A tutorial on running WP-CLI commands against a WordPress website located on another server.
Thank you to everyone who came out to my talk this afternoon at WordCamp Rochester 2016. I hope you’re able to use the WP-CLI tools…
A review of my favourite updates to the WP-CLI Library in v0.22.0 – having mostly to do with the management of your WordPress Database.
Answers the question if the wp user import-csv command in WP-CLI writes directly to the database, or if it uses WordPress’ built-in functions.
Come to WordCamp Columbus 2015? Here are the slides (and a couple of extra links since you were so awesome) from my talk about managing your WordPress sites from the command line.
Slides and notes from my talk on WP-CLI at WordCamp Montreal on July 4, 2015.
Thank you to everyone who came out to WordCamp Miami this weekend. Hope you’ve all learned a few ways you can use the command line to…