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.
After you've installed WP-CLI, you can enter the following command to get a list of all Beaver Builder commands:
The on-screen information will tell you what commands are available and the syntax of each command, with options and examples.
Currently, the following commands are available for Beaver Themer. To see a description of the Beaver Builder Plugin and Theme commands, see this article.
List all Themer layouts
The following command lists all of the Themer layouts with the following values:
- ID of the Themer layout
- Name of the Themer layout
- Status of the Themer layout (Publish or Draft)
- Type of Themer layout (part, footer, etc.)
- Hook where the Part will appear, if the Themer layout is of type Part.
- Locations to which the Themer layout applies
wp beaver themer list
You can also use this command to list the values that can be used for the
--hooks option to specify the location of a Part type, as described in the section below on setting the type for the Themer layout.
Change status for a Themer layout to Published or Draft
Changes the Themer layout status to either Published or Draft with the following commands.
wp beaver themer set-status --id=123 --status=publish
wp beaver themer set-status --id=456 --status=draft
Setting a Themer layout to Draft status effectively disables the Themer layout from being applied.
Set type for Themer layout
The following command sets the Themer layout type to Archive:
wp beaver themer set-type --id=123 --type=archive
The following command sets the Themer layout type to Part, using the
-hook argument to determine the Part location, in this case before the content area:
wp beaver themer set-type --id=456 --type=part --hook=fl_before_content
To get a list of
--hook values for -
-type=part, use the following command:
wp beaver themer list-hooks
Add a location to the Themer layout
Set the location of the Themer layout:
wp beaver themer add-location --id=123 --location=general:single
general:site to Themer layout with ID 456 as the first element of the array:
wp beaver themer add-location --id=456 --location=general:single --position=0
Delete location from Themer layout
Remove a specified location from a Themer layout. Use the
wp beaver themer list command to find the value for the location you want to remove.
wp beaver themer del-location --id=123 --location=general:single