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Ahh, so using the doctors example above….
If I, in the Doctors custom post type, have a Post Object field, I could then use that to connect Dr. Smith to a particular location, say Melbourne.
And then on the Melbourne post page, I could display the title and featured image of Dr. Smith?
I have a setup simliar to the relationship-field as shown in the tutorial above, but when I switched the custom field relationship to post object (only one connection, not multiple), the same results aren’t showing up.
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