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I would like to add my voice to David’s call to please add the relevant information that David and John have shared here to the documentation as soon as possible! It wouldn’t take long and it would do a world of good to anyone trying to use repeater fields with acf_form() securely.
Yesterday I spent hours trying to figure out why my front-end form’s repeater fields wouldn’t save! I had followed the security guidance provided in the documentation and didn’t think to question it. This particular thread did not come up in my searches, so I had to figure it out on my own. The only reason I found this thread actually is because I was planning on posting my findings on this issue myself.
Thank you very much for the information that you both have provided on how we can keep our forms secure while still retaining the functionality of the repeater fields.
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