WooCommerce Development VVV
Supports VVV 2.0 and above only.
If you do not have an existing
vvv-custom.yml file added to you Vagrant setup then you can copy the example
vvv-custom.yml which can be found in the
/config-yml/ folder into the root directory of your Vagrant install.
If you are already using an existing vvv-custom.yml file for your VVV installation simply add the code below to your existing vvv-custom.yml file instead of copying the quickstart file over to your install.
# The woocommerce-develop configuration is useful for contributing to WooCommerce. # Read more on custom sites https://varyingvagrantvagrants.org/docs/en-US/vvv-config/ wooocommerce-develop: repo: https://github.com/stuartduff/woocommerce-development-vvv.git hosts: - local.woocommerce.dev
If your Vagrant is running, from the Vagrant directory run
vagrant halt followed by
vagrant up --provision.
Now you can sit back and relax as provisioning may take a while to complete.
Once provisioning has completed you can visit local.woocommerce.dev to see your newly installed site.
WordPress Login Details
Admin URL: local.woocommerce.dev/wp-admin/
phpMyAdmin Login Details
phpMyAdmin URL: vvv.dev/database-admin/
Once logged into the admin section of the site for the first time you will see a message at the top of the site requesting that you run the WooCommerce Setup Wizard.
Do this immediately as it sets up various important WooCommerce functionality including the cart and checkout pages etc and is required to complete the installation.
This is all the manual configuration thats required for a basic install!
The default theme that is installed and setup on the VVV is the free Storefront theme for WooCommerce.
During installation two pages are created titled Blog and Homepage, homepage has a page template activated on it which displays the custom Storefront homepage layout.
The Homepage is then set as the Frontpage of the WordPress install with the Blog page being as the posts page from WordPress > Settings > Reading > Front page displays
A custom menu titled Primary Menu is created and added to the
primary-menu area within the Storefront theme.
You can use this to add some more custom menu items should you require those.
You can see which plugins are installed and activated from looking at the
vvv-init.sh file and these may change on occasion hence I'm not going to list them here.
2.0.0 - 18/03/17
- Updated to function with VVV v2.0 and above.
1.0.0 - 13/10/16
- Initial Release - first version VVV released.