At this point, I think most people who develop solutions WordPress on a regular basis are familiar with using WP-CLI. Installing it locally on your system is one thing, using it on your host is another (but it’s all the same once you’re connected). Case in point: Lately, I’ve been spending a few evenings and times during the weekends working on this site and trying to get it ready for the upcoming redesign. Part of doing that includes using WP-CLI. If you’re someone on SiteGround (or any host that support WP-CLI, really) and are looking for how to get started using WP-CLI on your host, here’s a quick primer that should provide you everything you need to know to get up and running. Using WP-CLI on Your Host Though the steps below are meant to be used whenever you’re looking to use WP-CLI on your host (and any host, at that), I should be clear that I assume the following: The host has WP-CLI pre-installed. Most modern WordPress hosts do. Even if they don’t, it’s not difficult to install, but that’s beyond the scope of this post. I assume that you’re familiar with SSH keys. If you’re not, that’s okay as I’m going
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