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by huntlyc ST2/ST3

Some helpful additions to Sublime Text if you do a lot of wordpress sites: Swith DBs, Toggle Debug and quickly access your config file

Details

  • 2015.12.27.13.46.33
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 1 year ago
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  • Linux 1K
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Source
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Sublime Text WordPress Dev Plugin

Simple plugin for Sublime Text which adds a few commands that may be handy for people building sites with WordPress.

Install

Take the easy route and use Package Control. If you're not already using it, you want to jump on that band wagon!

If you're hardcore or want to hack away on this plugin, clone this repo or download it. Then simply move the WordPressDev folder into your Sublime Text plugins directory.

Once you've downloaded it or got it via Package Control, you want to tell it the location of your wp-config.php file. To do this, go to the Preferences -> Package Settings -> WordPressDev menu and edit your User settings. In that file add the following:

{
    //Path to where your wp-config.php file resides
    "wp_config_file": "/var/www/wordpressdir/wp-config.php"
}

Make sure to change "wp_config_file" to the full path to your wp-config.php file!

You can also now access your wp-config.php without setting anything in Sublime Text. See below.

Commands

Commands listed here can be found in the command pallet prefixed with WordPress: or they can be accessed from the Tools -> WordPress menu

Open Config File

Allows you to quickly view/edit your WordPress config file. Default shortcut is ctrl+alt+o

Open Config File for Parent WP Install

Allows you to open the config file in the relative root of your WordPress install.

No default shortcut. You can access this command through the Tools -> WordPress menu or using the command palette

Toggle Debug

Allows you to quickly toggle the WP_DEBUG variable.

Switch Database

If you like to keep separate databases for each site you build you can build up a list like this in your wp-config file:

//define('DB_NAME', 'wp_bootstrap_theme'); //bootstrap test
define('DB_NAME', 'wp_default');
//define('DB_NAME', 'wp_fbtest'); //My FB API tests
//define('DB_NAME', 'wp_huntlywebsite'); //mywebsite
//define('DB_NAME', 'wp_multi'); //Multisite install
//define('DB_NAME', 'wp_rgt'); //Responsive grid test

Activating the DB Switch command will bring up the quick search dialog allowing you to quickly select the database you want. Note the comments after the definitions are optional. From my list above this is how the quick search list will look:

wp_bootstrap_theme - bootstrap test
wp_default
wp_fbtest - My FB API tests
wp_huntlywebsite - mywebsite
wp_multi - Multisite install
wp_rgt - Responsive grid test

The default shortcut for this command is ctrl+alt+w

WordPress Doc Lookup

Opens up the WordPress codex reference seraching for the highlighted text The default shortcut for this command is ctrl+m, ctrl+w

PHP Doc Lookup

Opens up the PHP docs searching for the highlighted text The default shortcut for this command is ctrl+m, ctrl+p