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I’d prefer to use post object type; that way I can grab fields from the related posts and display them as well. At least that’s my aim.
Where in the database is the ACF serialized array stored? It looks as though ACF is creating “child posts,” and new sets of metadata in the serialized arrays. Is this correct, and is it going to be practical for me to reverse-engineer them with some PHP code? Or am I going to hit another wall later…
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