- Name of the wp-config.php constant or variable.
- Value to set the wp-config.php constant or variable to.
- Add the value if it doesn’t exist yet. This is the default behavior, override with –no-add.
- Place the value into the wp-config.php file as is, instead of as a quoted string.
- Anchor string where additions of new values are anchored around. Defaults to “/* That’s all, stop editing!”.
- Where to place the new values in relation to the anchor string.
- Separator string to put between an added value and its anchor string. The following escape sequences will be recognized and properly interpreted: ‘\n’ => newline, ‘\r’ => carriage return, ‘\t’ => tab. Defaults to a single EOL (“\n” on *nix and “\r\n” on Windows).
- Type of the config value to set. Defaults to ‘all’.
# Set the WP_DEBUG constant to true. $ wp config set WP_DEBUG true --raw
GLOBAL PARAMETERS GLOBAL PARAMETERS
These global parameters have the same behavior across all commands and affect how WP-CLI interacts with WordPress.
||Path to the WordPress files.|
||Pretend request came from given URL. In multisite, this argument is how the target site is specified.|
||Perform operation against a remote server over SSH (or a container using scheme of “docker”, “docker-compose”, “vagrant”).|
||Perform operation against a remote WordPress installation over HTTP.|
||Set the WordPress user.|
||Skip loading all plugins, or a comma-separated list of plugins. Note: mu-plugins are still loaded.|
||Skip loading all themes, or a comma-separated list of themes.|
||Skip loading all installed packages.|
||Load PHP file before running the command (may be used more than once).|
||Whether to colorize the output.|
||Show all PHP errors and add verbosity to WP-CLI output. Built-in groups include: bootstrap, commandfactory, and help.|
||Prompt the user to enter values for all command arguments, or a subset specified as comma-separated values.|
||Suppress informational messages.|