var current_id = 0;
I’d increment or decrement this value based on what the user clicked and then send this value in my request.
I actually don’t do much with jQuery. I can help you with the ACF/PHP side of things, I’ve had some experience with AJAX, but when it comes to how to get what you need to send using jQuery what you really need is jQuery help.
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