Importing bbPress dummy data

Import the bbPress sample data with one click.

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1) Quick Import:

I have created a simple plugin which imports the bbPress dummy data on your site within a few minutes. Check below video:

The plugin will approve on wp.org in this week. For now, you can download it from Github repo Sample Data.

Click on the download plugin to download.


2) Manual Download

You can acquire the file from this trac. ticket here. If you want to directly download the file click here.

  1. Go to Tools > Import.
  2. Go all the way down to where it says WordPress and click the link.
  3. If you haven’t installed the WordPress importer plugin already, click Install Now.
  4. If you have the WordPress Importer plugin installed and activated, proceed to the import process.
  5. Click the Choose File button, now select the file you just downloaded before.
  6. Click Upload file and import.
  7. You can now assign the posts to a specific user of your choice and check Import Attachments
  8. Now click Submit
  9. After that, it should import all of the posts in the file and tell you that it is done at the very bottom.

Source Creating Test Data

 

Envato Elements – Template Kits (Beta)

Envato released the plugin Envato Elements – Template Kits (Beta) plugin to import the templates. It supports now for Elementor & Beaver Builder page builder.

Plugin URL: https://wordpress.org/plugins/envato-elements/

How to find broken links of website using command line interface (CLI) (Using wget)

Check the broken links on website using. Try below example command which generate the wget.log it list all the broken links.

  1. Download & Install wget
  2. Add the installation directory to PATH:
    C:\Program Files (x86)\GnuWin32\bin

Syntax:

wget -o wget.log -r -l 10 --spider http://example.com

Usage:

wget -o wget.log -r -l 10 --spider https://maheshwaghmare.wordpress.com --no-check-certificate

Output:

Spider mode enabled. Check if remote file exists.
--2018-06-29 10:11:59-- https://maheshwaghmare.wordpress.com/
Connecting to maheshwaghmare.wordpress.com|192.0.78.12|:443... connected.
WARNING: cannot verify maheshwaghmare.wordpress.com's certificate, issued by `/C=US/ST=Arizona/L=Scottsdale/O=GoDaddy.com, Inc./OU=http://certs.godaddy.com/repository//CN=Go Daddy Secure Certificate Authority - G2':
Unable to locally verify the issuer's authority.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: unspecified [text/html]
Saving to: `maheshwaghmare.wordpress.com/index.html'

0K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 318K
50K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 80.5K
100K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 664K
150K .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... 2.07M
200K ..... 5.80M=0.9s

2018-06-29 10:12:01 (234 KB/s) - `maheshwaghmare.wordpress.com/index.html' saved [210113]

Check which template loading in WordPress site

Below is the simple function which you can use for debugging the site. It  display the template file path of the current page. Like below image:

Add below code snippet into your themes functions.php file.

WordPress Rest API query parameters mappings

This array defines mappings between public API query parameters whose values are accepted as-passed, and their internal WP_Query parameter name equivalents (some are the same). Only values which are also present in registered will be set.

Below is the list of all the endpoints which have query parameters mapping:

  • wp/v2/comments
  • wp/v2/<post-type>
  • wp/v2/<taxonomy>
  • wp/v2/<term>
  • wp/v2/<users>

Check below list of parameters mapping by Rest API endpoints:

wp/v2/comments

$parameter_mappings = array(
    'author'         => 'author__in',
    'author_email'   => 'author_email',
    'author_exclude' => 'author__not_in',
    'exclude'        => 'comment__not_in',
    'include'        => 'comment__in',
    'offset'         => 'offset',
    'order'          => 'order',
    'parent'         => 'parent__in',
    'parent_exclude' => 'parent__not_in',
    'per_page'       => 'number',
    'post'           => 'post__in',
    'search'         => 'search',
    'status'         => 'status',
    'type'           => 'type',
);

wp/v2/<post-type>

$parameter_mappings = array(
    'author'         => 'author__in',
    'author_exclude' => 'author__not_in',
    'exclude'        => 'post__not_in',
    'include'        => 'post__in',
    'menu_order'     => 'menu_order',
    'offset'         => 'offset',
    'order'          => 'order',
    'orderby'        => 'orderby',
    'page'           => 'paged',
    'parent'         => 'post_parent__in',
    'parent_exclude' => 'post_parent__not_in',
    'search'         => 's',
    'slug'           => 'post_name__in',
    'status'         => 'post_status',
);

wp/v2/<taxonomy>

$parameter_mappings = array(
    'exclude'    => 'exclude',
    'include'    => 'include',
    'order'      => 'order',
    'orderby'    => 'orderby',
    'post'       => 'post',
    'hide_empty' => 'hide_empty',
    'per_page'   => 'number',
    'search'     => 'search',
    'slug'       => 'slug',
);

wp/v2/<term>

       
$parameter_mappings = array(
    'exclude'    => 'exclude',
    'include'    => 'include',
    'order'      => 'order',
    'orderby'    => 'orderby',
    'post'       => 'post',
    'hide_empty' => 'hide_empty',
    'per_page'   => 'number',
    'search'     => 'search',
    'slug'       => 'slug',
);

wp/v2/<users>

$parameter_mappings = array(
    'exclude'  => 'exclude',
    'include'  => 'include',
    'order'    => 'order',
    'per_page' => 'number',
    'search'   => 'search',
    'roles'    => 'role__in',
    'slug'     => 'nicename__in',
);

Update PHP Codesniffer (PHPCS), WordPress Coding Standards (WPCS), PHP Compatibility (WIMG)

Update PHP Codesniffer (PHPCS), WordPress Coding Standards (WPCS), PHP Compatibility (WIMG)

Copy below individual or all command(s) to get latest update.

composer global require squizlabs/php_codesniffer
composer global require wp-coding-standards/wpcs
composer global require wimg/php-compatibility
composer global require dealerdirect/phpcodesniffer-composer-installer
phpcbf
phpcs

WordPress Rest API Get specific posts by IDs by using `include` parameter

With the Rest API we get all the posts. But, Sometimes we want to get only specific posts by post ids. WordPress have rest API parameter include which return only requested posts by post ids.

Syntax:
https://example.org/wp-json/wp/v2/posts?include=<post-ids&gt;

Example 1:
https://example.org/wp-json/wp/v2/posts?include=11,12
It return only 2 posts whose ids are 11 & 12.

Note: By default it return 10 posts. If you have more than 10 posts then add parameter `per_page` which return all the posts.

Example 2:
https://example.org/wp-json/wp/v2/posts/?include=18177,18178,18198,18258,18137,18138,18143,18144,18167,18166,18314,18322,18131,18135,18145,18156,18159,18158,18165,18169,18183,18185,18199,18227,18253,18262,18263,18283,18312,18325,18330,18329,18332,18333,18140,18152,18163,18180,18193,18191,18195,18200,18204,18205,18214,18218,18219,18221,18224,18242,18252,18273,18286,18288,18307&amp;per_page=100