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The Customizer is a framework for staging changes in WordPress. Settings may model anything in a given site (options, theme mods, widgets nav menus, posts, etc.) and the changes are bundled into changesets which are then previewed, saved as drafts, and even scheduled. Themes and plugins alike may extend the Customizer. Questions should be posed related to the Customize API in WordPress, in either PHP and JS.

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Maybe it may be late, but I recently have found a solution with a filter: function theme_set_url_scheme($url, $path, $blog_id){ if(isset($_GET["wp_port"])){ $parsed_url = parse_url($url); …
answered Jan 11 '18 by tpaksu
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Actually, triggering the change event of an linked input did the trick.
answered Jan 8 '18 by tpaksu
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When you are using the wordpress customizer, if you don't make any changes to the settings, the wordpress customizer doesn't enable the publish button. And it shows like this: And I want it to be d …
asked Jan 8 '18 by tpaksu