Theme filter reference

Theme hooks are now auto-generated from the code at  https://hooks.wpbeaverbuilder.com/bb-theme/. Some of the basic filters listed on that page are documented here. A visual layout of the more common theme hooks is displayed at the ProBeaver site.

fl_font_subset

Use this filter to add subsets to a Google font chosen in the Customizer.

fl_topbar_enabled

Use this filter to override the display of the theme’s top bar. Return false to hide it, true to show it.

fl_fixed_header_enabled

Use this filter to override the display of the theme’s fixed header. Return false to hide it, true to show it.

fl_header_enabled

Use this filter to override the display of the theme’s header. Return false to hide it, true to show it.

fl_nav_toggle_text

Use this filter to change the text or icon that is shown in the mobile nav toggle button.

fl_footer_enabled

Use this filter to override the display of the theme’s footer. Return false to hide it, true to show it.

fl_social_icons

Use this filter to change the order of the social icons. The $icons param will be an array of keys for each icon such as “facebook” or “twitter”.

fl_title (Deprecated)

Deprecated in favor of core WordPress title support. Beaver Builder uses a custom method (FLTheme::head) to render the page title. This is in an effort to combat issues that arise from using wp_title by itself and plugins like WordPress SEO. Use this filter to modify the page title further.

fl_title_separator (Deprecated)

Deprecated in favor of core WordPress title support. Use this filter to modify the separator that is displayed in the page title.