That’s weird. Could you please share some screenshots of the field settings? Could you please share the URL where you show this field?
Also, could you please try to reproduce the issue on one of the WordPress’ stock themes (like Twenty Sixteen) with other plugins deactivated? If it disappears, then you can activate the theme and plugins one by one to see which one causes the issue.
Yep! Creativeminds support answered me to try with disabling parsing (CM Tooltip Glossary Ecommerce plugin highlights terms that are in the glossary) of the ACF fields, and… it works now. But I really need ACF to be parsed. 🙁 I’m asking them if they can make their extension more compatible with ACF.
It is possible to return the raw data from the database by passing a false parameter to the the_sub_field function?
I tried this:
the_sub_field('the_field_name', false, false);
But I still have paragraphs.
Can you help me, please? 🙂
For info: a prevous similar topic.
the_sub_field() function only accept two arguments. So you should do it like this:
This page should give you more idea about it: https://www.advancedcustomfields.com/resources/the_sub_field/.
Also, if the entries in the database have paragraphs, then ACF won’t strip it, but it will show it instead.
I hope this makes sense 🙂
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