Oh, I didn’t realize this thread was accidentally submitted twice, sorry for that.
In the other one with the same title I think I already answered my own question, which wasn’t about the nonce value generated in the form field, but the value returned in the $_POST.
I found this with respect to the latter:
According to this document listing acf code –
acf resets the nonce to “false” upon verification so the form can only be submitted once with this nonce. So “false” as value for ‘acf_nonce’ in the $_POST actually means ‘verified’, if I’m not mistaken.
Although I wonder if changing “false” to “verified” for “acf_nonce” in the $_POST may make it easier to understand what is going on?
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