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Thanks Dalton, I had a look at this plug-in, but I’m not sure if it will work with sub_fields from repeaters. In my case the content I need searched is in a nested repeater.
On the SearchWP forum I found an interesting thread, it’s dev looks like he’d like to make it work with AFC repeaters,
but doesn’t see any current options.
It looks like it could work if you use the ‘Any’ value.
It would be nice to have sub_field references available globally in some way.
Even better a built in pathway from AFC to WP search.
Imagine a checkbox on a AFC field type creation form, “Make Searchable”, you check that on the stuff you want available, and Bam your custom content will show up in search results.
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