This theme simply includes 2 files :

  • style.css : to add your custom css
  • functions.php : where you can extend Customizr’s core code. In order to keep your code as clean and flexible as possible, try to use Customizr’s hooks API for your customizations.

Compatible with WordPress 3.4+ up to 3.9

Cross browser tested

Overview & Documentation

Using a child theme is the best and safest way to extend Customizr .

You can of course add functions and style in the original Customizr theme functions.php and style.css files, but they will be lost on upgrade. If you use a child theme, you are safe!

 

Useful resources

If you are new to WordPress and the Customizr theme, you might want to check those useful pages.

 

Other resources on the web

 

Find inspiration in the showcase

 

Installation and setup

Installation

Once downloaded, you can either upload the zip file right from your WordPress admin in Themes > Add New > Upload tab OR Unzip the theme and transfer it by FTP to your wp-content/themes folder.

Activation

Simply activate the theme like you do for any other themes in your WordPress admin.



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  • Jim Carswell

    Cannot Fix Child Theme Problems on a Deadline!


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    I looked at Customizr in Softaculuos, and it looked great. I am under a deadline to submit some demo sites. So I downloaded the Child Theme. As instructed, I attempted to upload it as a Theme. WordPress 3.9.1 rejected it. I looked inside the zip file and saw the files functions.php and style.css. While I realized that I could add these pieces into WordPress, I don’t have the time. Nor was I willing to buy the full version until I had some personal experience of your claims.

    Unfortunately, I don’t have the time to troubleshoot these problems and still meet my deadline. I find that a shame, because Customizr looks like the ideal solution (however I needed some experience of the full product, so I downloaded the child theme). And, unfortunately, because this happened, all the time spent installing the basic package has been wasted.

    When people hear the word “free”, it really isn’t so. I have just spent time that I could ill-afford on the installation and configuration of the basic Customizr just to see if I could use the commercial version for my clients. Now I will never know, because I have to get functioning demos up and running.

    Will you be posting this comment? I doubt it!

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    • Nicolas Post author

      Hi Jim, of course I publish it, firstly because I only filter spams and because this feedback might help other users facing the same problem, so thanks for posting it ! :-)

      You seem to have installed the Child Theme whitout installing the WordPress Customizr parent theme.
      A child theme will not work without its parent.
      Both of them are free of course.

      So here’s what you should do :
      1) In your WP admin > Appearance > Themes, search for the Customizr theme and install it.
      2) Then activate the Customizr Child theme
      Start playing!

      Best regards,
      (for future references, you might want to ask for help in the Customizr support forum)

      More ressources about WordPress Child Theme

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      • Jim Carswell

        Nicholas, I appreciate your frankness AND your reply!

        As I re-read my post, I realize that I did not clearly mention that it was only after installing Customizr that I heard about and attempted the install of the child theme – so I was clear about that. But possibly I did not activate the Customizr theme – given that I used Softaculous to install it, I’m assuming that it was activated – and you know what “assume” means.

        Since one of the three sites which I put up turns out to be “dud” because it is much less configurable than it appeared initially, I will go back and see what I can do to get it right this time with Customizr!

        Regards, jim

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  • Stephen Rice

    Nicolas thank you for developing


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    I bought the fonts plugin and the Customizr, I have just got done testing it out, Like it says on the tin, so easy to get a nice site running in less than an hour, 1, 2, 3, WOOT-there it is, woopass purchase, very happy here thanks… Stephen Rice Philippines

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  • Stefan Salomonsson

    Let the fun begin!


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    After 3 weeks with learning word-press, getting to know Customizr it´s time to modify it :)
    From a total newbie i already got my first customer case (why did i say yes to that already?) and i need to dive into some coding. Feels like i am doing a new career.
    Thanks WP and customizr for teaching me!

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  • henry Linquist

    Awesome


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    Great!

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