Design Palette Pro provides a few settings to ensure compatibility with popular plugins in the preview window. This filter runs after the compatibility settings are added allowing developers to add their own compatibility settings after the ones provided by the core plugin.

Examples: Disabling caching, removing front-end elements, etc.

* Remove a filter after the plugin compat running

add_action( 'gppro_after_plugin_compat', 'my_after_plugin_compat' );
// Remove a filter
function my_after_plugin_compat() {
	remove_filter( 'the_content', 'wptexturize' );