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I’ve verified #1-3: the field exists on the post, it has a value, and I’m trying to get the correct field name. And #4 is going to be a PITA.
I upgraded to version 5 to see if that might help. It fixed some minor problems (eg edit fields appearance, location) but it had no effect on filtering expired posts.
I’ve disabled my other plugins (Duplicate Page, MINDBODY Widget, Monarch Plugin, WP Super Cache) to no effect.
Don’t know what to try next. Any thoughts about what might be interfering? Are there error log files I can search – maybe get_field() is throwing an error or not being found?
PS. Appreciate your help, and I’m still Googling around for ideas and things to try.
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