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awesome.. I implimented that like this:
<?php $i = 1; while(has_sub_field('question_answer')): echo '<div id="item-' . $i . '"><h2>' . get_sub_field('question') . '</h2>' . get_sub_field('answer') . '</div>'; $i++; endwhile; ?>
now i am attempting to link to the anchor form another template.
<ul> <?php $i = 1; while(has_sub_field('question_answer')): echo '<li><a href="' . the_permalink() . '/item-' . $i . '">' . the_sub_field('question') . '</a></li>' ; $i++; endwhile; ?> </ul>
this is rendering the right code, just jumbling the html.. i checked the order so it must be my lack of php skills
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