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I’ve checked the template files, one has a loop for a flexible content field. So, for case studies (basic blog post/category, not CPT) I have flexible content fields. I loop through just one of them (in the template include) and break after the first ‘paragraph’ content field… just to get the content for that case study.
If I remove that flexible content loop from the include.. the page LOADS but with only the first row of the repeater! IF I use get_posts instead of WP query, it loads all of the rows…
Here is the flexible content loop from the case-studies.php file:
<?php if (have_rows('flexible_content_types')): ?> <?php while (have_rows('flexible_content_types')): the_row(); ?> <?php if (get_row_layout() == 'paragraph_content'): ?> <?php // get the FIRST paragraph content only, truncate it ?> <p class="mb-3"><?php echo truncate(get_sub_field('content'), 180); ?></p> <?php break; ?> <?php endif; ?> <?php endwhile; ?> <?php endif; ?>
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