In case you are using a repeater, I would recommend that you use a the standard repeater loop to access the repeater rows.
<?php // check if the repeater field has rows of data if( have_rows('repeater_field_name') ): // loop through the rows of data while ( have_rows('repeater_field_name') ) : the_row(); // display a sub field value the_sub_field('sub_field_name'); endwhile; else : // no rows found endif; ?>
If you just want the first row, you can introduce custom code to only pick the first row.
I hope this helps.
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