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.
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.
Changes the Themer layout status to either Published or Draft with the following commands.
Setting a Themer layout to Draft status effectively disables the Themer layout from being applied.
The following command sets the Themer layout type to 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:
To get a list of
--hook values for -
-type=part, use the following command:
Set the location of the Themer layout:
general:site to Themer layout with ID 456 as the first element of the array:
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.