wp comment count

In this article we are going to see how how to use WP comment count CLI command.

it is pretty simple to see all the existing commands count in the command prompt or terminal.

The WP comment count command provides thr support to see the comments count of specific article.


The ID of the post to count comments in.

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# Count comments on whole blog.
$ wp comment count
approved:        33
spam:            3
trash:           1
post-trashed:    0
all:             34
moderated:       1
total_comments:  37

# Count comments in a post.
$ wp comment count 42
approved:        19
spam:            0
trash:           0
post-trashed:    0
all:             19
moderated:       0
total_comments:  19

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These global parameters have the same behavior across all commands and affect how WP-CLI interacts with WordPress.

Argument Description
--path=<path> Path to the WordPress files.
--url=<url> Pretend request came from given URL. In multisite, this argument is how the target site is specified.
--ssh=[<scheme>:][<user>@]<host\|container>[:<port>][<path>] Perform operation against a remote server over SSH (or a container using scheme of “docker”, “docker-compose”, “vagrant”).
--http=<http> Perform operation against a remote WordPress installation over HTTP.
--user=<id\|login\|email> Set the WordPress user.
--skip-plugins[=<plugins>] Skip loading all plugins, or a comma-separated list of plugins. Note: mu-plugins are still loaded.
--skip-themes[=<themes>] Skip loading all themes, or a comma-separated list of themes.
--skip-packages Skip loading all installed packages.
--require=<path> Load PHP file before running the command (may be used more than once).
--[no-]color Whether to colorize the output.
--debug[=<group>] Show all PHP errors and add verbosity to WP-CLI output. Built-in groups include: bootstrap, commandfactory, and help.
--prompt[=<assoc>] Prompt the user to enter values for all command arguments, or a subset specified as comma-separated values.
--quiet Suppress informational messages.