I see what you are saying, but I thought it defaulted to the current post ID. Anyway, my fields are being populated now, whether I add a varible to the ‘post_ID’ or leave it as ‘false’.
The only fields that are not functioning properly are two post object fields in a group. I have tested that group on the form, but commented them out for now. They only display the value that has been selected on the backend.
$post_ID = get_the_ID(); $settings = array( 'id' => 'acf-form', 'post_id' => $post_ID, 'new_post' => false, 'field_groups' => array('group_56f97a1203bfe','group_58b8b6b885fbb'), //'group_57180f67b48be', // 'fields' => array(), 'post_title' => false, 'post_content' => false, 'form' => true, /* (array) An array or HTML attributes for the form element */ // 'form_attributes' => array(), 'return' => '', 'html_before_fields' => '', 'html_after_fields' => '', 'submit_value' => __("Update", 'acf'), 'updated_message' => __("Post updated", 'acf'), 'label_placement' => 'top', 'instruction_placement' => 'label', 'field_el' => 'div', 'uploader' => 'wp', 'honeypot' => true, 'html_updated_message' => '<div id="message" class="updated"><p>%s</p></div>', 'html_submit_button' => '<input type="submit" class="acf-button button button-primary button-large" value="%s" />', 'html_submit_spinner' => '<span class="acf-spinner"></span>' ); acf_form($settings);
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