Add Custom Functions

When you have a WordPress website, at some point, you’ll probably choose to add your own custom functions into the functions.php file of your theme in order to add a certain feature, remove it, or modify it! However, when you update your theme at some point, all these changes you made will be gone.

The best practice is to always use a child theme and to add the custom functions into the functions.php file inside the child theme. However, you can also use the Functionality plugin which makes it super easy to add custom functions.

When you install and activate the plugin, navigate to Plugins -> Edit Functions and add your snippets there.

Functionality plugin

Awesome, right? Cheers 🍷

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