WordPress 4.7 was released with a ton of great new features (which you can check out here), including some user experience and user interface upgrades to the theme Customizer.
In case you’re hearing about the Customizer for the first time, it’s a feature in the WordPress admin (go to Appearance > Customize) that allows users to tweak theme settings using a WYSIWYG interface and customize a theme’s colors, fonts, text, and pretty much anything else you want to change.
In this post, I’ll walk you through how the Customizer can be used in themes to create a better user experience and all the new awesomeness that WordPress 4.7 has introduced.
We’ll cover the following:
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