You have to use a front end form. The documentation is here.
Basically, you change the settings below to fit your needs and add the acf_form($settings); where you want the form to appear.
It involves programming, so you have to have access to the WordPress theme files.
If you want this to appear on the Edit-tours.php page you have to add the coding to that file.
This: <?php acf_form_head(); ?> goes at the top of your file ahead of get_header();.
$settings = array( /* (string) Unique identifier for the form. Defaults to 'acf-form' */ 'id' => 'acf-form', /* (int|string) The post ID to load data from and save data to. Defaults to the current post ID. Can also be set to 'new_post' to create a new post on submit */ 'post_id' => false, /* (array) An array of post data used to create a post. See wp_insert_post for available parameters. The above 'post_id' setting must contain a value of 'new_post' */ 'new_post' => false, /* (array) An array of field group IDs/keys to override the fields displayed in this form */ 'field_groups' => false, /* (array) An array of field IDs/keys to override the fields displayed in this form */ 'fields' => false, /* (boolean) Whether or not to show the post title text field. Defaults to false */ 'post_title' => false, /* (boolean) Whether or not to show the post content editor field. Defaults to false */ 'post_content' => false, /* (boolean) Whether or not to create a form element. Useful when a adding to an existing form. Defaults to true */ 'form' => true, /* (array) An array or HTML attributes for the form element */ 'form_attributes' => array(), /* (string) The URL to be redirected to after the form is submit. Defaults to the current URL with a GET parameter '?updated=true'. A special placeholder '%post_url%' will be converted to post's permalink (handy if creating a new post) A special placeholder '%post_id%' will be converted to post's ID (handy if creating a new post) */ 'return' => '', /* (string) Extra HTML to add before the fields */ 'html_before_fields' => '', /* (string) Extra HTML to add after the fields */ 'html_after_fields' => '', /* (string) The text displayed on the submit button */ 'submit_value' => __("Update", 'acf'), /* (string) A message displayed above the form after being redirected. Can also be set to false for no message */ 'updated_message' => __("Post updated", 'acf'), /* (string) Determines where field labels are places in relation to fields. Defaults to 'top'. Choices of 'top' (Above fields) or 'left' (Beside fields) */ 'label_placement' => 'top', /* (string) Determines where field instructions are places in relation to fields. Defaults to 'label'. Choices of 'label' (Below labels) or 'field' (Below fields) */ 'instruction_placement' => 'label', /* (string) Determines element used to wrap a field. Defaults to 'div' Choices of 'div', 'tr', 'td', 'ul', 'ol', 'dl' */ 'field_el' => 'div', /* (string) Whether to use the WP uploader or a basic input for image and file fields. Defaults to 'wp' Choices of 'wp' or 'basic'. Added in v5.2.4 */ 'uploader' => 'wp', /* (boolean) Whether to include a hidden input field to capture non human form submission. Defaults to true. Added in v5.3.4 */ 'honeypot' => true, /* (string) HTML used to render the updated message. Added in v5.5.10 */ 'html_updated_message' => '<div id="message" class="updated"><p>%s</p></div>', /* (string) HTML used to render the submit button. Added in v5.5.10 */ 'html_submit_button' => '<input type="submit" class="acf-button button button-primary button-large" value="%s" />', /* (string) HTML used to render the submit button loading spinner. Added in v5.5.10 */ 'html_submit_spinner' => '<span class="acf-spinner"></span>', /* (boolean) Whether or not to sanitize all $_POST data with the wp_kses_post() function. Defaults to true. Added in v5.6.5 */ 'kses' => true ); acf_form($settings);
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