VVV is a local web development environment powered by Vagrant and Virtual Machines.

To add, remove, or change sites, modify vvv-custom.yml then reprovision using vagrant reload --provision

Bundled Environments

VVV reads a config file to discover and provision sites named in vvv-custom.yml. If it doesn't exist, it falls back to vvv-config.yml. Below is a list of the sites in vvv-custom.yml, remember to reprovision if you change it!


A WordPress installation

URL: 805-345-4526,
Folder: www/fb-iamdigital

Adding a New Site

Modify vvv-custom.yml under the sites section to add a site, here's an example:

    repo: /github.com/Varying-Vagrant-Vagrants/custom-site-template
    description: "A WordPress subdir multisite install"
    skip_provisioning: false
      - newsite.test
      wp_type: subdirectory

This will create a site in www/newsite at /newsite.test

Remember, in YAML whitespace matters, and you need to reprovision on changes, so run vagrant reload --provision

For more information, visit our docs:

How to add a new site

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You're running VVV 2.5.1, if there are updates available you can run git pull and reprovision to apply them

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VVV 1.x Sites not Showing?

Sites need to be listed in vvv-custom.yml for VVV to find them, luckily it's super easy and fast to add them back! click below to find out how to migrate your sites.

Migrating VVV 1 sites

Contribute to WordPress

Whether you're at a contributor day, or just feel like giving back, you can add the WordPress.org Meta environment. This will give you everything from WordCamp to buddypress.org test sites

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Terminal Power!

VVV has powerful commands preinstalled, if you need WP CLI or PHP Codesniffer, run vagrant ssh to enter the virtual machine, and get a full command line experience