WP CLI lets you perform common tasks like installing and activating plugins, importing and exporting content, and managing users, all from the comfort of your terminal. Not only does this save you time, but it also reduces the load on your server, making your sites faster and more efficient.
But the true power of lies in using WP CLI inside bash scripts. Using bash scripting, you can automate repetitive tasks, and optimize your workflow across the board.
Imagine being able to configure a template of favorite plugins and things to do after installing WordPress all in one script, for instance. Or automagically check any WordPress installation for vulnerabilities. That’s where the true power of WP CLI lies.
And the best part is, WP CLI is easy to learn, even if you’re new to the command line.
I’m putting together a course explaining all the ins and outs of WP CLI. I’ve also included about a dozen Bash scripts as examples you can use straight away.
I will also be offering a premium version that includes a video walkthrough alongside the course.
So if you want to work smarter, save time and resources, leave your email below and I’ll update you when this course has been launched.
Your sanity and your server will thank you.