Hi Lt_Core, ok so you can place the custom fields on both pages and posts. So lets say you create a page “Portfolio”. Go into Custom Fields and create a new field. You can set a rule for your field that says it will show up on “Page” and your pages will show up in a drop down menu. Then choose Portfolio and your custom field will be on your “Portfolio” content editor page. As for the code. If you create a text field, then it depends on what you call it….but lets just say you call it Top Content. then the value will be
top_content. Go to your Portfolio page and fill out your
top_content field with your content. Then you need to go into the page template that you want the content to show up on and add the following code:
<?php the_field('top_content'); ?>
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