Enable Really Simple SSL with WP-CLI

There are multiple ways to force your WordPress website to use a free or paid SSL certificate (HTTPS) for a secure connection. However, sometimes a WordPress website refuses to display images and instead reports mixed content errors (not to be confused with Self-Signed SSL Certificate Warning) using browser developer tools or web apps like WhyNoPadlock.com. Read More >

How to Enable WordPress Debugging Using WP-CLI

In This Tutorial: Check WP_DEBUG Enable Debugging Disable Debugging Although it is more secure to disable errors from displaying on your website, at times, it may be necessary to enable debugging. Enabling debugging errors can help you to diagnose and resolve issues with your website. In this guide, you can learn how to check, enable, Read More >

How to Create and Delete a WordPress Page Using WP-CLI

In This Tutorial: Create a Page Delete a Page WP-CLI is a tool available with any of InMotion Hosting’s WordPress Hosting plans. This ingenious suite of tools allows you to work on your WordPress websites from the command line. In this guide, you will learn how to create and delete a WordPress Page from the Read More >

How to Add and Delete Menu Items Using WP-CLI

In This Tutorial: Add Menu Item Delete Menu Item WordPress Hosting plans offered by InMotion Hosting feature WP-CLI. This means that you can manipulate various aspects of your WordPress website, directly from the command line. In this guide, you will learn how to use the wp menu command to add and delete menu items, using Read More >

How to Assign Menus to Locations Using WP-CLI

Once you have created a menu, you can display it on your website by assigning it to an available location. The available locations are determined by the theme you are using. WordPress themes include various menu locations built-in, where you can assign menus to appear. In this guide, you will learn how to assign a Read More >

How to Create and Delete Menus Using WP-CLI

WordPress Hosting by InMotion Hosting includes WordPress Command Line Interface (WP-CLI). This convenient tool allows you to work on your WordPress website(s) directly from the command line. Once you are familiar with the syntax and available commands, you will be able to quickly modify common elements of your website(s), like menus. Menus are essential for Read More >

Delete WordPress Transients Using WP-CLI

WordPress utilizes Transients to manage the cache. If you are experiencing issues with cached pages or a plugin’s functionality, deleting the transients (stored in the database for the website) may resolve the issue. In this guide, you will learn how to delete transients, using the WordPress Command Line Interface (WP-CLI). Delete Expired Transients Using WP-CLI Read More >

WP-CLI search-replace Command

In This Tutorial: Site URL HTTP to HTTPS WP-CLI, WordPress Command Line Interface makes managing your WordPress website(s) simple if you are affluent in working through the Command Line Interface (CLI). InMotion Hosting’s WordPress Hosting includes WP-CLI to supplement managing your WordPress website(s). For example, the WP-CLI command search-replace will search for a string of Read More >

Manage WordPress Comments Using WP-CLI

In This Tutorial: View Comments Moderate Comments Edit Delete The ability to work with your WordPress website(s) from the Command Line Interface (CLI), is one of the many great features available with WordPress Hosting by InMotion Hosting. For instance, using the WordPress Command Line Interface (WP-CLI) command: wp comment, you can manage comments that visitors Read More >

Manage WordPress User Roles and Capabilities Using WP-CLI

In This Tutorial: Create Role Add Capabilities Assign Role InMotion Hosting’s WordPress Hosting features WP-CLI, WordPress Command Line Interface; an extremely powerful tool for managing your WordPress websites from the Command Line Interface (CLI). For instance, if you wanted to create a custom role, you could use the wp role command. Then using the wp Read More >