Customify – A Theme Customizer Booster
With Customify, developers can easily create advanced theme-specific options inside the WordPress Customizer. Using those options, a user can make presentational changes without having to know or edit the theme code.
Color. A color picker used to control any text or background color of an element.
Font. A real font selector which includes a flexible library of fonts(Fonto, google fonts or added via fliter) and allows you to customize, with live preview, properties like font-weight, size, letter spacing, text align, text decoration etc.
Typography. (Deprecated) A series of typographic options that allow you to access the massive Google Fonts library and make them available inside your theme customizer.
CSS Editor. A powerful Live CSS Editor directly into your customizer! Useful for better control over the appearance of your theme without the need to create a child theme or worry about theme updates overwriting your customizations.
Text Field. A simple text field that allows you to customize elements like Site Title or Footer Credits.
Select Dropdown. A drop-down menu selector to be used when you have to choose from multiple options.
Range. The html5 range element can be used to select number values.
Preset. A field which allows you to change a group of Customify fields.
**And more others this is the full list
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Install Customify either via the WordPress.org plugin directory, or by uploading the files to your
After activating Customify go to
Appearance → Customize and have fun with the new felds
For further instructions and how to setup your own fields, read our detailed documentation
Is there a way to reset Customify to defaults?
Reset buttons are available for all the options or for individual sections or panels.
They are disabled by default to avoid useless/accidental resets.
To enable them simply go to Dashboard -> Settings -> Customify and check “Enable Reset Buttons”