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I think I managed to implement this.
The use case is website admins adding Team Members to the database using CPT + ACF. Admin columns are being populated with ACF data (I added wp_strip_all_tags). For the frontend I am using a post loop (I added wp_kses_post).
How can I verify that this now works correctly? I did add a script tag before the div with the class bf-team-member-photo and it did not display in the frontend anymore when I added wp_kses_post.
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