update_field() function can add or replace the current flexible content value.
If you want to replace the value, you can use the code I gave you before.
If you want to add the value (if you have existing value), you can get the flexible content value first and add the new value like this:
// you need to get the post ID dynamically too $post_id = 99; // get the existing value first $value = get_field('flexible_content_name', $post_id); // add the value instead of replacing it $value = array( array( "before_image_field" => $before_image, "after_image_field" => $after_image, "acf_fc_layout" => "before_layout" ), array( "before_image_field" => $before_image, "after_image_field" => $after_image, "acf_fc_layout" => "after_layout" ), );
Also, please keep in mind that a clone field has a different structure based on the settings. Kindly check it first and adjust the value structure before updating it. You can check it like this:
$value = get_field('flexible_content_name', 99); echo "<pre>"; print_r($value); echo "</pre>";
I hope this helps 🙂
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