The project’s public demo was held for the sixth time this year and streamed live on September 7th, 2022.
The session’s agenda was as follows:
You can use the timestamps to jump directly to the parts you want to watch.
Also, you can take a look at the slides presented during the demo here.
We are available for feedback about the project and the software. We invite everyone to join us on Slack.
Save the date: the next demo will be streamed live on Wednesday, October 5th, 2022, at 4 PM CET. See you then!
Are you a WordPress.com power user? For ultimate security, you can now enable SSH and access your Business or eCommerce-powered WordPress.com site from the command line. Use WP-CLI to install and activate a series of plugins, manage users, or handle search-and-replace functions across your site.
To enable SSH on your WordPress.com site, you’ll need to have an active Business or eCommerce plan.
Head to My Site > Settings > Hosting Configuration to enable SSH access on your site under SFTP/SSH Credentials. You may need to activate hosting access to create SFTP credentials. Once you’ve generated an SFTP user and password, you can toggle on SSH access for your site.
With SSH, you have the power of the command line at your fingertips. You can:
Detailed instructions are available on how to enable SSH for your Business and eCommerce WordPress.com websites.
WP-CLI is WordPress’ command line interface. Once you SSH into your WordPress.com site, the included commands let you install plugins, add users, or run a search-and-replace against the database. If you are comfortable writing PHP, you can even create your own custom commands for special operations.
For example, the command to delete a comment is `wp comment delete`. Deleting a comment using WP-CLI can look like this:
$ wp comment delete 1337 --force Success: Deleted comment 1337.
Similarly, `wp export` is a command to export your site’s content to a WXR file. Exporting your site content at the command line might look like this:
$ wp export Starting export process... Writing to file /tmp/staging.wordpress.2016-05-24.000.xml Success: All done with export.
Ready to dive in? Check out our support documentation about how to use WP-CLI on WordPress.com.
SSH access is one of a series of new tools we’re releasing for those building sites on WordPress.com. Our goal is to make WordPress.com an enjoyable, indispensable part of your workflow.
What else would you like to see in your terminal? How could we make WordPress.com an even more powerful place to build a website? Feel free to leave a comment, or submit your ideas using our short feature request form.
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