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Thanks again for your help.
I placed the code above into my functions.php file, but the event doesn’t seem to be firing. Neither am I getting anything coming through in the $_POST(‘acf’)
Turns out it is only saving my acf fields data, and is no longer saving my other meta data now. When I click the ‘Submit’ button, it now seems to coming back as a GET request method????? Maybe the acf_form_head() is redirecting again once it has save the ACF fields it knows about, so it’s never getting to my POST processing code?
I need to do some more testing I think… will post an update once I have figured out whats going on.
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