The get_field() function in ACF can be used to retrieve values of options or meta for items not associated with ACF fields.
The template usage can be used to display single, multiple, and conditional values, and the selected value can be used to conditionally perform a task.
The get_field() function in ACF is used to return the value of a specific field from any location. It can be used to check if a value exists, get a value from different objects, or get a value without formatting. Prior to ACF 5.11, it could be used to retrieve the values of options or meta for items not associated with ACF fields, which had security implications.
ACF | get_field()
ACF | Select
echo get _ field ('my_custom_ field ', $post_id, true); The function uses esc_html as default, but let's you change this as a fourth parameter. echo get _ field _escaped('url', $post_id, true, 'esc_url'); Add the following to functions.php to…
advanced-custom-fields Tutorial - get_field() - SO Documentation
Field Label Field Type Advanced Settings Change field settings based on location Add settings Available Locations Choose the location screen where the settings should be applied. You can set multiple…
Advanced Settings – ACF Extended
The code will look something like this: $field = get_field_object('field_name'); $value = get_field('field_name'); $label = $field['choices'][ $value ]; ?> ...
how to get selected select label - ACF Support
Returns the settings of a specific field. ... Display a field’s label and value from a specific post
ACF | get_field_object()