Ok elliot, I have to tell you this 🙂
I’am a webdevelopper since a long time now..
Used ALLOT of content management systems, lightweight to heavyweight.
A long time ago I wanted to see what WordPress would do for me..
I was very very very disappointed, TILL I came across your plugin..
Dude, it rocks!!! But, a few days ago I needed something (your repeater addon)
I was looking and looking how to solve this particular problem I had…
You guessed right 😉 I found your addon, and I went crazy to see the possibilities with this and how much time it would save me in the future!!!
For now I have 1 and I know for sure, 1 more request.
It’s the conditional logic within the repeater addon!
Dude, if you manage to build this feature, you’ve customized WordPress single handed to operate like a very very heavy CMS but handles like the most lightweight CMS out there!
Thumbs up man, you made webdevelopment alot easier for me, and I know, lots more people 🙂 !!!!!!!!!!!!
I also cannot express myself enough to explain how your plugin made my life as a developer simpler and more fun!!! And like @nappi86 said…you single-handedly took WordPress to another level. They should give you credit for that and a chair in their office 🙂
I have all the addons you created and this is the first time since a lot of websites developed that a client is asking me for exactly the conditional logic in repeater subfields.
I hope that you will update the plugin soon cause i have one month to deliver this project and it really needs that feature…so no pressure hehehe!
Again, Thank You Elliot
Conditional logic is looking like it is complete! But before I release it, we need to do lots of testing.
If you are able, please signup to beta testing and download the Beta Repeater field here:
Great news. ACF 4.3.0 is out with conditional logic for sub fields.
Thanks for all your help
Hey Elliot, This new conditional logic feature doesn’t seem to be working for me.
I’ve upgraded to 4.3.1 and 1.1.1 for the ACF plugin and repeater field. The conditional logic toggle appears inside the repeater, but the select box only says “undefined”.
I do have another field within the repeater that’s already defined and I’ve tried setting it to select and radio types but neither seems to help.
Hey Elliot, thanks for looking into this. I was able to resolve the issue by adding a parent-level conditional, after which I could see the parent and sibling level options. I then deleted the parent level option and the sibling one continued to work. I just tried to set up a new field to try duplicating the issue but I can’t seem to get it to show up again.
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