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@jonathan I honestly have no clue what you’re talking about…lol…
I am new to trying to use acf_form. Never was viable for my use before. I thought your plugin took care of everything in the background programatically and all I would have to do is use the shortcode.
I just need it to update one or two fields and email me as a notice. I’m pretty familiar with ACF and I don’t see any way to get the specific field ID number. Only the field group. The only identifier for a specific field I have ever had to use with the plugin is the name. In this case, “approved_by”.
So does your plugin load the text fields on the front end? I haven’t been able to see a demo or get it working for myself…just going on your description.
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