I’ve tried acf-basic-file plugin using with acf_form. Was able to select the file and upload it (it seems), and using get_field() retrieves the file name. Using print_r(get_field_object(‘field_890afd659f789’)) displays the following:
Array ( [key] => field_890afd659f789 [label] => the_file [name] => the_file [type] => basic_file [order_no] => 1 [instructions] => [required] => 0 [id] => acf-field-the_file [class] => basic_file [conditional_logic] => Array ( [status] => 0 [rules] => Array (  => Array ( [field] => null [operator] => == ) ) [allorany] => all ) [max_file_size] => [field_group] => 30 [value] => the_file.zip )
But the file is nowhere to be found from the server? Not in WordPress media list or using FTP client.
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