Support » Theme: Blocksy » How can I override Header Panel View in child theme?

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  • Theme Author creativethemeshq

    (@creativethemeshq)

    Hello Chetan, at the moment this is not possible to do from the child theme but we will make this possible in future, so stay tuned 😉

    By the way, if it’s not a secret, what changes do you want to make?

    Cheers.

    Thread Starter Chetan Prajapati

    (@chetan200891)

    I want to customize Account module. I want to add sub-links, conditions and username too.

    Theme Author creativethemeshq

    (@creativethemeshq)

    Hey Chetan,
    We introduced the Account element a few weeks ago so this is definitely not the last version 🙂 We will improve it more and more.

    At the moment there are no other options but we will add more in the near future.

    Please respond to a few questions:
    1. Sub-links – what do you mean by this?
    2. Conditions – how do you see this feature?
    3. Username – there is already a username field (see the screenshot).

    To give you another use-case, i wanted to replace the search button with a fixed search bar in the header for example.

    Theme Author creativethemeshq

    (@creativethemeshq)

    That’s not possible.
    But we plan to add more header elements including a search bar in the near future, so stay tuned 😉

    Btw, this could be easily solved if the blocksy_render_view function is wrapped in function_exists, so it could be overwritten in a child theme.

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