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Thank you very much for the code.
Please accept my apology if my question is novice, as this is my first trial with ACF PRo.
I have modified the code to contain the field names and wrapped it in php and put it in a page template where I want to show the grid, but when i refresh the page I get a blank screen.
Do I need to add more code than the php wrap to get it to work?
I have done the test of adding a simple
the_field function to test that the template is able to read ACF.
When I did so, the page returned the id number of the category and tag that i specified, so it is able to read ACF.
I appreciate your help.
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