Setting up your Development Environment

Like all software development, you should develop and test your code in your local development environment before committing the code to WordPress.com VIP. This document […]

Commit and Deploy Webhooks

As well as receiving e-mail notifications, you can set up repository-specific commit and deploy webhooks for your WordPress.com VIP code. Set up To tell WordPress.com which webhooks […]

Personalization

As the audience of your website grows, it becomes more challenging to publish content that is relevant to all readers. Personalization gives you the ability […]

Uploading video files

Your WordPress.com VIP site’s Media Library can be configured to accept video file types like these: .mp4, .m4v (MPEG-4) .mov (QuickTime) .wmv (Windows Media Video) […]

Site Merges

As part of a migration either to WordPress.com VIP or between two WordPress.com VIP sites, you might need to perform a site merge. Doing so […]

VIP Go Local Development

Because developing sites for VIP Go is different than developing for WordPress.com hosted VIP sites, you need a different development environment. Your VIP Go site runs three […]

VIP Quickstart

Note: VIP Quickstart is deprecated as of March 13, 2017. Support for Quickstart will continue through April 21, 2017. For new environments, we recommend using […]

Anatomy of a VIP Theme

This page explains the anatomy and structure of an example theme that might be used on WordPress.com VIP. It complements the Theme Handbook that apply […]