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A little update. I’ve just found that ACF exposes a global
acf JS object. So instead of DOM traversing we’re able to use its fields and methods to get the fields data.
acf.fields.google_map is an object containing a
google_map field type data, a reference to the DOM element, fields settings, etc.
But it returns only one field of a given type (the last one). I didn’t find yet how to get the data of a specific field of a given type. I’ll try to figure it out and I’ll update this post.
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