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Hmmm – maybe I’m thinking about this all wrong, but how would one filter acf/allow_unfiltered_html on only 1 field on a page? It seems like it’s either an all or none type situation.
My use case is the same as others – I created a textarea field for code, but it gets filtered when a non-super-admin updates the page. I want admins to be able to edit that field, and all other users can edit other parts of the page (which will be kses’d), but the code field would not have it removed. I have the code field hidden from non-admins (good enough to prevent problems for now, although I might can improve on it with a validation hook that checks for updates by non-admins).
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