The Customizr WordPress theme is entirely built on an extensible WordPress filter and action hooks API, which makes customizations safe and easy, without ever needing to modify the core structure. To some extents, the theme’s code acts like a collection of plugins that can be enabled, disabled or extended.
If you are not familiar with the WordPress hooks API, I really recommend that you start with this quick and easy guide : WordPress Actions, Filters, and Hooks : A guide for non-developers.
Happy customizing 😀 !
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