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 😀 !
In this simple example, I ‘ll show you how to widgetized the home page of the Customizr theme by placing a […]
WordPress offers built-in functions to display the previous and next post link. next_post_link( $format, $link, $in_same_term = false, $excluded_terms […]
Warning: call_user_func_array() expects parameter 1 to be a valid callback This is a recurring error when dealing with actions/filter in […]
Let’s say you have created a slider named “my-slider” and you want to display it in your 404 page or […]
Hi, This short snippet allows you to replace the featured page image background by an embedded video. It uses the […]
The Customizr Hooks API is now documented More than 300 hooks available for developers! Bookmark it here!
By default in the Customizr theme, the featured pages images use by priority : the page featured images if the featured […]
Updated March 2015 This snippet applies to Customizr > 3.3.1 and Customizr-Pro > 1.0.12. If you’re running an older version […]
The Customizr theme displays by default your post titles as links pointing to the single post. Here’s a simple way […]
Let’s say you’ve setup three beautiful featured pages on your home page. Now you might want to display this block of featured pages […]