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I don’t understand what you mean by
I thought it would be similar to edit post tut where you definately need to put the $options code on the page, not the template because it should look different for different posts.
What do you mean by
page and what do you mean by
All code must be place inside a template file. Most likely a Custom page template.
To see ID’s and classes, please use firebug / inspector / source code to see what ACF has rendered on your page.
To add in the title / content fields, you must add these manually through one of the $options arguments:
Hope that helps.
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