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Just a followup question on the background images in the widgets, Victor.
I'm adding more widgets to my page and stumbled upon customize.php and thought about the solution you gave me for adding images to all widgets or the ones i wanted.
When looking in customize.php, it's actually all about those images:
$images = apply_filters( 'infinity_images', array( '1', '3', '5', '7' ) );
Couldn't the changes have bin done here and not in helper_functions.php or what's the difference ?
All the best
So when i change customize.php and output.php accordingly, i get the exact same result.
You're changes to helper_functions.php is of course an easier way. But in some way it seams that it's just overriding the code in the other files.
Which way is the "right" way to do it ?
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