Jetpack is a WordPress plugin that supercharges your self-hosted WordPress site with the awesome cloud power of WordPress.com.
For more information, check out jetpack.com.
To install the Jetpack plugin on your site, follow the instructions on this page.
Do you need help installing Jetpack, or do you have questions about one of the Jetpack modules? You can search through our documentation here. If you don't find the answers you're looking for, you can send us an email or start a new thread in the WordPress.org support forums.
Installation from git repo
master-stable branch of this repo contains an stable version with every JS and CSS file pre-built.
CD into your Plugins directory
$ git clone email@example.com:Automattic/jetpack.git $ cd jetpack $ git checkout master-stable
Developers of all levels can help — whether you can barely recognize a filter (or don’t know what that means) or you’ve already authored your own plugins, there are ways for you to pitch in. Blast off:
- Join our Jetpack Beta program.
- If you found a bug, file a report here. You can check our recommendations to create great bug reports here.
- Translate Jetpack in your language.
- Write and submit patches.
Recommended Dependencies and Known Issues
- Node 5.x (preferably 5.11 or 5.10)
- npm 3.8.x
If you're having trouble installing 5.x, nvm is a nice tool for node version management :)
- Does not work with Node 6.x nor 4.x.
- Make sure you have
npminstalled and a working WordPress installation.
Clone this repository locally inside your
git clone https://github.com/Automattic/jetpack.git
Make sure the Jetpack plugin is active and run
npm run build
This will install npm dependencies and then build the files.
/wp-admin/admin.php?page=jetpackin your browser.
npm run watch instead of
npm run build will build all the code and continuously watch the front-end JS and CSS/Sass for changes and rebuild accordingly. Before running
npm run watch you may need to
npm install the npm dependencies first.
Clone this repository inside your Plugins directory.
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:Automattic/jetpack.git $ cd jetpack $ npm install $ npm run watch
Unit-testing the JS Admin Page
You can run Mocha based tests for the Admin Page source code with
npm run test-client
Standing on your jetpack directory, run
$ npm install $ npm run test-client
Monitor our activity on this repository
The Jetpack Pit Crew is comprised of @dereksmart, @samhotchkiss, @zinigor, @eliorivero, and @rcoll.
Contributions have been and continue to be made by dozens of other Automatticians, like:
@georgestephanis, @jeffgolenski, @jessefriedman, @richardmuscat, @justinkropp, @aliso, @allendav, @alternatekev, @apeatling, @azaozz, @bazza, @beaulebens, @cfinke, @daniloercoli, @enejb, @eoigal, @ethitter, @gibrown, @hugobaeta, @jasmussen, @jblz, @jkudish, @johnjamesjacoby, @justinshreve, @koke, @kovshenin, @lancewillett, @lezama, @martinremy, @MichaelArestad, @mtias, @mcsf, @mdawaffe, @nickmomrik, @obenland, @pento, @rase-, @roccotripaldi, @skeltoac, @stephdau, @tmoorewp, @Viper007Bond, @xyu and @yoavf.
Our awesome happiness engineers are @jeherve, @richardmtl, @csonnek, @rcowles, @kraftbj, @chaselivingston, @jenhooks, @aheckler, @ntpixels, @macmanx2, @lschuyler, @seejacobscott, @davoraltman, @lamdayap, @rachelsquirrel, @scarstocea, @stefmattana, @jamilabreu, @cena, @v18, @bikedorkjon, @drpottex, @gregwp, @annezazuu, and @danjjohnson.
Interested in working on awesome open-source code all day? Join us!