Thanks Jonathan, this worked great for me when I have the “object” or “array” option selected:
<?php $hdr_image = get_field('hdr_image'); ?> <?php if( !empty( $hdr_image ) ): ?> <img src="<?php echo esc_url($hdr_image['sizes']['thumbnail']); ?>" alt="<?php echo esc_attr($hdr_image['alt']); ?>" class="img-responsive"> <?php endif ?>
Of course, you’ll have to change “thumbnail” to your desired default size or the custom size you registered on your functions.php
Thanks again 🙂
PS. Remember that if you registered the image size after you uploaded the image it’s probably not working because you have to regenerate the thumbnail images.
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