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Thank you for your reply
i have inserted the full code you give in your reply in my theme file user-edit-tours.php , i have edit the ‘id’ => ‘acf-form’, to the id of my custom field , also i have added the <?php acf_form_head(); ?> <?php get_header(); ?> – at the top of the file but i didn’t see the custom field on the frontend dashboard i only see A button “UPDATE” when i click on that button the page refresh and nothing happend , mu custom fields are Multi Checkboxes Options .
i really appreciate your help…
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