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    I know I should be able to load a modified helper-post-format.php from my child theme folder, but I can’t figure out what I should do in my functions.php. Can anyone point me in the right direction?

    Cheers,

    Sander

    #116363

    1) Open up wp-contentthemeschoicesincludeshelper-post-format.php – at the very top you’ll see several filter calls like:

    add_filter( 'post-format-standard', 'avia_default_title_filter', 10, 1 );

    If you want to modify the filter (eg use another, custom filter funtion instead) insert following code into your child theme functions.php:

    remove_filter( 'post-format-standard', 'avia_default_title_filter', 10, 1 );

    (actually its the same code but you need to replace add_ with remove_).

    Now you can call a custom function. So add following code to the functions.php file:

    add_filter( 'post-format-standard', 'avia_custom_title_filter', 10, 1 );

    and duplicate the avia_default_title_filter() function and rename it to avia_custom_title_filter():

    function avia_default_title_filter($current_post)
    {
    $output = "";
    //$output .= "<h2 class='post-title ". avia_offset_class('meta', false). "'>";
    $output .= "<h2 class='post-title'>";
    $output .= " <a href='".get_permalink()."' rel='bookmark' title='". __('Permanent Link:','avia_framework')." ".$current_post['title']."'>".$current_post['title'];
    $output .= " <span class='post-format-icon minor-meta'></span>";
    $output .= " </a>";
    $output .= "</h2>";

    $current_post['title'] = $output;
    return $current_post;
    }

    Now you can modify it and overwrite/modify the default content.

    #116364

    Thanks for this!

    It helps, but not completely. I’va added my custom filter, but it seems the normal filter is not removed by

    remove_filter( 'post-format-standard', 'avia_default_title_filter', 10, 1 );

    This is what I have now:

    remove_filter( 'post-format-standard', 'avia_default_title_filter', 10, 1 );

    add_filter( 'post-format-standard', 'avia_didm_title_filter', 10, 1 );

    function avia_didm_title_filter($current_post)

    {

    $output = "";

    //$output .= "<h2 class='post-title ". avia_offset_class('meta', false). "'>";

    $output .= "<h1 class='post-title'>";

    $output .= " ".$current_post;

    $output .= " <span class='post-format-icon minor-meta'></span>";

    $output .= " ";

    $output .= "</h1>";

    $current_post = $output;

    return $current_post;

    }

    The result is post with two headings, the first one with a class of “h1″, the second with “h2″. And some superfluous code between the two headings…

    Ch eers,

    Sander

    #116365

    Ok, it seems like we can’*t remove the filter :/

    We’ll take plan B and add some functions_exists() checks to helper-post-format.php – then you should be able to create a modified version of all functions inside your child theme functions.php

    #116366

    That would be great! Thanks in advance.

    Cheers,

    Sander

    #116367

    Hi!

    We added the functions_exist() checks and I expect the next update on Friday.

    Best regards,

    Peter

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