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Thank you so much for your reply. I have one more question though, because I’m clearly not grasping the proper syntax…
The code is being pulled into an IMG SRC tag like this:
” alt=”” />
So the code I’m entering is:
<?php if( get_field(‘secondary_featured_image’) ); ?>
<?php the_field(‘secondary_featured_image’); ?>
<?php else: ?>
<?php echo get_option(‘home’); ?>/wp-content/themes/vistaverde/images/main-photo-bg.jpg” alt=”Vista Verde Ranch, Colorado Luxury Ranch” title=”Vista Verde Ranch, Colorado Luxury Ranch”/>
<?php endif; ?>
But it’s not working. I know it’s got something to do with the closed quotations from the IMG SRC. I’m not putting them in the right place. Can you help? Also, just to clarify, your example has a colon at the end of the first string. Should I be changing that to a semi-colon?
Thank you again for your reply!
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