As a developer you can alter the content of carious templates without actually editing the templates themselves. The Champion Theme uses WordPress filters to change the content of various parts of pages and posts so that you can easily tweak the working, without having to override an entire template file, or write new functions.
This is a list of filters in Champion. See below for how to use them to change their output.
Page, post & custom post type filters
Post meta filters
Alters the output of the nut_content_meta() function.
For blog posts this includes – Author, category, tags & publish date
HTML page title filters
Alters the content of post, page and custom post type title on the page.
Alters the opening HTML tag of the post or page title – generally will be H2 with an open anchor tag for post archive pages, blog listing page. Will be H1 for single pages.
Alters the closing tags for the title.
Use this filter to specify a taxonomy that you want a custom post type to display in it’s breadcrumbs. Return a valid taxonomy term name.