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Moving Filterable Portfolio Module To Child Theme
Moving Filterable Portfolio Module To Child Theme

You'll learn how to move the default Divi Filterable Portfolio Module to your child theme to customize it later

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Written by Karen
Updated over a week ago

These changes require a Divi child theme. Please check the following article if you have not set a child theme yet: https://intercom.help/elegantthemes/faq-s-and-troubleshooting/how-to-make-a-child-theme

  1. In the child theme folder create a new folder, for example  includes   folder.

  2. Now copy the   divi/includes/builder/module/FilterablePortfolio.php   file into the  child-theme/includes/   folder.

  3. Rename the file to something else, for example:   custom-FilterablePortfolio.php

  4.  Open up the  custom-FilterablePortfolio.php   file and replace this code (the first line):

class ET_Builder_Module_Filterable_Portfolio extends ET_Builder_Module_Type_PostBased {


with:

class custom_ET_Builder_Module_Filterable_Portfolio extends ET_Builder_Module_Type_PostBased {


Also, replace this line:

$this->vb_support = 'on';

with:

$this->vb_support = 'off';


6. Next, open up  functions.php   file in your child theme folder and add the following code at the very bottom:

/*================================================
#Load custom Filterable Portfolio Module
================================================*/

function divi_custom_filterable_portfolio_module() {
get_template_part( '/includes/custom-FilterablePortfolio' );
$dcfm = new custom_ET_Builder_Module_Filterable_Portfolio();
remove_shortcode( 'et_pb_filterable_portfolio' );
add_shortcode( 'et_pb_filterable_portfolio', array( $dcfm, '_shortcode_callback' ) );
}

add_action( 'et_builder_ready', 'divi_custom_filterable_portfolio_module' );


function divi_custom_filterable_portfolio_class( $classlist ) {
// Blog Module 'classname' overwrite.
$classlist['et_pb_filterable_portfolio'] = array( 'classname' => 'custom_ET_Builder_Module_Filterable_Portfolio',);
return $classlist;
}

add_filter( 'et_module_classes', 'divi_custom_filterable_portfolio_class' );

Now you are ready to customize the Portfolio module the way you need and keep the changes while updating/reinstalling the parent Divi theme.

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