It’s quite hard to read your code, if you highlight it and select the ‘code’ button on the menu above the text box it will display it in a nicer format and make it easier for people to help you 🙂
It looks like you are returning the alt tag for the image rather than the url, try this instead;
<?php echo $imgObj['url']; ?>
You may want to separate your markup from your PHP which will make it again easier to understand, and also wrap and img tag around your output –
<?php // Show the Gallery if( have_rows(‘gallery_slideshow’) ): ?> <div class="projects-gallery-wrap"> <div class="projects-gallery"> <?php // loop through the rows of data while ( have_rows(‘gallery_slideshow’) ) : the_row(); ?> <?php $imgObj = get_sub_field(‘image’, $post->ID); ?> <img src="<?php echo $imgObj[url]; ?>" alt="<?php echo $imgObj[alt]; ?>"> <?php endwhile; ?> </div> </div> <?php endif; ?>
You may also want to check you are outputting the image object and not the URL/ID in the backend.
Let me know how it goes.
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