Adding Hooks Has Never Been So Easy

Hooks, which are technically called WordPress Action Hooks, allow users to insert their own custom executable code into WordPress. Hooks can be extremely powerful saving you time and money in development costs. To see examples of what Hooks can do, we have created a demo area to illustrate the power and convenience of Hook.

In the past, if a user wanted to add custom code via a Hook, they would have had to create a custom-functions.php file for their Themify theme. Not anymore!

Introducing Hook Content:


With release of Themify Framework 1.7.3, Themify has given users the power to add their custom code via Hook Content without the need of creating a custom-functions.php file saving you time. Using the Themify Framework Panel interface, you can now easily create Hooks in a matter of a few clicks. You can use Themify’s Shortcodes to use Themify pre-existing functions such as Slider, Twitter, Map and much more! Also, it will save you hours of time with debugging code as you won’t need to sift through lines and lines of code.

To learn more about Themify’s new amazing feature, read our Hook Content documentation.


  1. tonio
    Mar 07, 2014 @ 08:56

    I’m using Fullpane theme (1.0.5), and my dashboard indicates me that my framework is 1.7.1, and up-to-date. Is there a way to upgrade Themify framework to 1.7.3 or do I have to wait a complete update of my theme ?


  2. Seun
    Mar 07, 2014 @ 09:19

    We’re in glorious days…thanks a lot for this integration.


  3. Dan Butcher
    Mar 07, 2014 @ 18:18

    I had to reinstall Flat theme a few days ago because of the auto-update snafu via, so I have the latest version of Flat.

    The Hook Content panel isn’t there. How do I tell if I have the latest version of the framework? I’ve looked at several of the framework files that are listed in the changelog, but I don’t see a way to tell what version they are.



    • Nick La
      Mar 07, 2014 @ 21:41

      Hi Dan,

      You can find out the version number on the Themify panel (more info: You would need to upgrade the theme/framework to the latest version in order to see the Hook Content panel.


  4. Marcus L Tibesar
    Mar 07, 2014 @ 21:52

    Thank you for documenting the hook locations (page layout).

    Much appreciated!


  5. Steve
    Mar 13, 2014 @ 10:57

    It just gets easier and easier :D I think websites will be developing themselves soon. I just have to think them into reality. Great work! Playing with functions.php is getting old and this simplifies the situation big time.


  6. Job Isaac
    Mar 19, 2014 @ 12:47

    Nice, am now thinking of getting the theme for one of my blogs.