I’ve been looking into this a bit since I commented in the other topic. I found an interesting topic on stackoverflow. They suggest using
update_field() on the repeater, supplying an array of values instead of trying to add sub fields.
With this in mind I took a look at the documentation for
update_field() http://www.advancedcustomfields.com/resources/update_field/. This is actually covered there, it says taxonomy, but it could be used on a post, taxonomy is just used so that the example has a duel purpose.
/* * add a repeater row on a taxonomy!!! */ $field_key = "repeater_field"; $post_id = "event_123"; $value = get_field($field_key, $post_id); $value = array("sub_field_1" => "Foo", "sub_field_2" => "Bar"); update_field( $field_key, $value, $post_id );
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