Do you know how to use Composer? tl;dr?
paulgibbs/behat-wordpress-extension, copy its
behat.yml.dist into your project (minus
.dist), install WP-CLI globally, and run
Check that all of the requirements are met.
1) Create a folder for your tests:
mkdir projectfolder cd projectfolder
All the commands that follow are written to install from the root of your project folder.
2) Tell Composer to install WordHat. To do this conveniently, run:
php composer.phar require --dev paulgibbs/behat-wordpress-extension php composer.phar require --dev behat/mink-goutte-driver
This will create a
composer.json file for you, and download the extension.
3) WordHat comes with a sample configuration file to help you set up the test environment. Copy it into your project folder and name it
cp vendor/paulgibbs/behat-wordpress-extension/behat.yml.dist behat.yml
Edit that file and change the
base_url setting to point at the website that you intend to test.
4) Initialise Behat:
This will generate a
features/ folder for your features, and a new context in
features/bootstrap/. The latter is aware of both the WordPress and Mink extensions, so you will be able to take advantage of them as you build your own custom step definitions or hooks.
To confirm that everything is set up correctly, run:
If everything worked, you will see a list of steps like the following (but much longer):
Given I am an anonymous user Given I am not logged in Given I am logged in as a user with the :role role(s) Given I am logged in as :name
Now you are ready to start writing your tests! If you are new to Behat, you might want to review its quick start documentation. Good luck, and happy testing!