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I'm working on my theme customizer and am trying to find a more efficient way of showing a div

Currently, what works for me is:

(this is the section)

$wp_customize->add_section('social-networks', array(

(and this is what im using to display a div if any options are selected)

<?php 

  if (    

    ( !empty(get_theme_mod('facebook-link')) ) 

    || 

    ( !empty(get_theme_mod('instagram-link')) ) 

    ||

    ( !empty(get_theme_mod('linkedin-link')) ) 

) : 

?>

<div class="display-social-div"></div>

<?php endif; ?>

This works, but is there a simpler way to show the div if any of the setting/controls are checked, instead of having to list out each setting/control to see if they are checked? I have about 20 setting/controls and only showed 3 as an example here....

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