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I want the user to be able to add a background image globally to the front end of the website, attached to a class called .main-content, which is a primary content container for the website, as a style background-image: url(”);.
The custom image field is all setup in the admin area. The image is uploaded. The custom field included in the functions.php is the one.
So am I understanding the admin head styles incorrectly? This is used to style the admin area only? This is the only piece of the docs I’ve been able to find that even closely resembles how to approach the problem. And I’m sure I’m missing something completely obvious! 😛
What’s the best to include acf custom fields into css aside from HTML inline element css?
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