I created this custom type, and the
WP_Query() is in a partial. So, I have a custom field, and right before
the_field() I have a
get_template_part(). The HTML and the CSS work fine but when I replace the HTML with the
the_field() after it shows nothing. When I view the source I don’t see the content generated by
the_field(), it is empty. The
get_template_part() pulls the content just fine but the
the_field() after it is blank, with no data. Have you seen something like this before?
The only reason that this should happen is if the code in the template part is somehow modifying the current post and not resetting it properly.
This is the template part:
$sponsorsList = new WP_Query([
'posts_per_page' => -1,
'order' => 'ASC',
'post_type' => 'sponsor'
<span class="md:block xs:hidden">
<?php the_content(); ?>
<?php } ?>
The classes are to show on large devices and hide on small devices. I thought at first that maybe a CSS class was causing the problem but this is not the case.
Again, only the_fields() placed after the get_template_part() section are affected by it. I have no idea where to go from here.
Yes, you are doing a query, this will cause the global $post value to be updated. This must be reset after your loop with
Fixed! I totally forgot about it. Thanks.