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I am using the Mai Delight theme and I want to use the Agentpress listings plugin with this theme. I want to make some changes in the property details of this plugin based Custom post type. In the past, I could have done so by going to the functions.php file. However, the functions file is almost empty, in the Mai delight theme. Is there a way to solve the problem?
It looks like Agentpress has some shortcodes built in, when I scan the code here https://github.com/studiopress/agentpress-listings/blob/master/includes/class-agentpress-listings.php#L114
I don't see much in the way of customizing the property details though. You can possibly use the
do_shortcode_tag filter to change the output, or maybe what you're going for can be done with CSS alone.
Actually there is a PHP filter on the details too https://github.com/studiopress/agentpress-listings/blob/master/includes/class-agentpress-listings.php#L47
Thank you for pointing me in this direction. Unfortunately, I do not know PHP. Do you mean I should replace the file in folder after making the necessary changes in the PHP file?
Thank you again
No, sorry. A filter is something that can be added in your theme's functions.php or a custom functionality plugin, to override the agentpress output. It's definitely developer level stuff though. You mentioned looking in the theme's functions.php so I thought you were looking for code solutions.
JoveDig, Thank you for proposing the solution. It means I will have to hire a developer. Thanks anyways
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