Add custom background to section in home page

To be clear : in WordPress there is an option to change the body backgroung-image. I want to modify this option to permit to change the background-image of a particular section (named #section1) and not the background-image of the body.

I know that this question has already been asked by Emir Dupovac, but I applied the advices given by TheDeadMedic and it just doesn’t work…

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In the file functions.php I made 3 changes :

  1. I commented the part of the default code relating to the display of the background-image

    function espace_harmonie_body_classes( $classes ) {
    // Adds a class of custom-background-image to sites with a custom background image.
    /*if ( get_background_image() ) {
    $classes[] = 'custom-background-image';
  2. I put this code in my <template_name>_setup() function :

    // Image in section  
    $defaults = array(
        'default-color'    => 'ff0000',
        'default-image'    => '%1$s/images/image-section.jpg',
        'default-repeat'         => '',
        'default-position-x'     => '',
        'default-attachment'     => '',
        'wp-head-callback' => 'wpse_189361_custom_background_cb',
        'admin-head-callback'    => '',
        'admin-preview-callback' => ''
    add_theme_support( 'custom-background', $default);
  3. And this one just after the <template_name>_setup() function :

    function wpse_189361_custom_background_cb() {
        _custom_background_cb(); // Default handler
        $style = ob_get_clean();
        $style = str_replace( 'body.custom-background', '#section1', $style );
        echo $style;

Despite these modifications, when I try to add a background image in the admin interface, the background is applied to the body and not to my section. Could someone explain me why? Thank you.

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Okay! Finally I have found the solution! (even if I don’t understand why we have to do this that way).

In fact we have not to modify the function.php file but the customizer.php with the code I quoted above (in the question).

Now I really feel released from that issue, but anyone could explain me why is it that file that we have to modify? I think I haven’t really understood the role of the differents files.

The inc subdirectory

The inc subdirectory content

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