WordPress starter project that works with Composer
Open Issues: 1
- php: >5.3
- incenteev/composer-parameter-handler: ~2.0
- ixa/wordpress-core: ~3.8
- ixa/wp-config: ~0.2
- wp-cli/wp-cli: ~0.14.0
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Last update: 2023-03-18 07:18:53 UTC
WordPress project starter that works with Composer and WP-CLI
$ composer create-project ixa/wordpress-starter <project-name> --prefer-dist $ cd <project-name>
This command clones Ixa WordPress Starter and downloads all of its dependencies. It also ask your enviroment variables: database credentials and home_url.
If your database is ready you can install WordPress typing:
$ vendor/bin/wp core install --promt
If wp-cli prints a success message the installation is completed. You can use the PHP build in server to see your new site in htpp://localhost:1234
$ php -S localhost:1234
In Ixa WordPress Starter,
wp-config.php file is not meant to hold configuration all constants are set by Ixa WP-Config and are located in
This file is dynamically created by Composer in every installation or update and must not be added to version control. The
env.yml.dist is needed to tell Incenteev/ParameterHandler what variables are required and should not be modified.
Ixa WordPress Starter ships with a default theme that contains only the welcome message you see after installation and is set in
WP_DEFAULT_THEME constant. You can override to register your theme, this way, no database configuration is needed and the app is more portable.
Using WP-CLI you can create a new theme with the scaffold command
$ vendor/bin/wp scaffold _s <theme-name>
Then you have a new theme based on Underscores ready to start.
Since we are using Composer, the recommended way to use child themes is to register the parent theme as dependency in
composer.json, just make sure the project type is
wordpress-theme, so that Composer Installer knows where to install it.
Note that if you want to register the child theme using
WP_DEFAULT_THEME constant you must define
TEMPLATEPATH as this article suggests.