As I am doing much WordPress development, I seem to have one constant issue; my clients often want to tweak a plugin.
Now, without being from the amazing cowboy state Texas, the easy approach would be to do some cowboy-coding and edit the plugin's code directly. However, this often means that the plugin will not get updated... Oh way! Did I hear somebody say "SECURITY RISK"!
You better believe it!
Now, if the plugin developer is as great as Pippin Williams, then there will be a filter or action ready to take care of any custom changes. But, what if there are no filters or actions available. Is there a smart way to modify a plugin from, for example, a child theme, so I don't have to touch the plugins code itself?
I am most certainly that this thread will become a poplar go-to post for any WP developer!