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Thanks for the screenshots.
The code you want to use will look something like this:
<div> <a href="<?php the_permalink() ?>" title="<?php printf(__('%s','rys'), get_the_title()) ?>" rel="bookmark" ><?php the_title(); ?></a> <em><?php the_field('publication_source'); ?></em> <span><?php $date = get_field('publication_date'); echo date('F d, Y', datepicker_to_unix($date )); ?></span> <?php // 1. Get all the relationship values $associations = get_field('associations'); // 2. Make sure a value exists if( $associations ): ?> <?php // 3. loop through relatinoship values foreach( $associations as $association): ?> <?php // 4. Load the image field from the association ?> <img src="<?php echo get_field('investment_logo', $association->ID); ?>" /> <?php endforeach; ?> <?php endif; ?> </div>
Please note this is an example and not the final Markup you will need.
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