Builder Extensions: Customizations

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An Extension is a directory which typically contains a functions.php file, a style.css file and a corresponding images directory. The default Extensions reside in ''extensions'' directory under the Builder Theme - Core directory. If you would like to make any changes to the extension files, copy the extension directory from Builder into the child theme under a directory named ''extensions''.
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* It is not possible to override the parent or child theme's template files like index.php, archive.php, single.php, page.php. If any such files are present in an extension, they will simply be ignored.
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* When an extension has functions.php, it will be executed (for the page using that extension) after the theme's functions.php has been executed.
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* [http://ithemes.com/2013/05/03/how-to-apply-an-extension-to-a-cpt-archive-page-in-ithemes-builder/ How to Apply an Extension to a Custom Post Type Archive page in iThemes Builder] ([http://ithemes.com/forum/topic/43390-simple-explanation-on-how-to-use-query-posts-for-custom-post-types/ Forum topic])
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== See also  ==
 
== See also  ==
 
* [[Builder_Extensions:_Introduction|Introduction]]
 
* [[Builder_Extensions:_Introduction|Introduction]]

Revision as of 14:51, July 25, 2013

An Extension is a directory which typically contains a functions.php file, a style.css file and a corresponding images directory. The default Extensions reside in extensions directory under the Builder Theme - Core directory. If you would like to make any changes to the extension files, copy the extension directory from Builder into the child theme under a directory named extensions.


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