I made custom Gutenberg blocks with ACF and using custom fields there (only one field per block). But when building post/page content in block editor then blocks are just showing blank area although content in custom fields are filled. Somekind of bug/conflict for Gutenberg + ACF?
Are you using ACF Pro and have you created templates for your Gutenberg Blocks and called them via: acf_register_block()?
acf_register_block(array( 'name' => 'accordian', 'title' => __('Accordian'), 'description' => __('A custom accordian block.'), 'render_callback' => 'my_acf_block_render_callback', 'category' => 'formatting', 'icon' => 'no', 'keywords' => array( 'testimonial', 'quote' ), ));
I’m having this same issue at the moment. Did you ever figure out a solution?
Yes, after i created block template and coded it to show data (loop or show some fields etc) then Gutenberg started to show content inside blocks.
Sounds like a typo somewhere. Can you give the code of one of the broken blocks?
hi @ll 🙂
I have the same issue now, I test it with the testimonial https://www.advancedcustomfields.com/blog/acf-5-8-introducing-acf-blocks-for-gutenberg/
The custom-blocks for enter some content are not displayed, only the area of testimonial, but no fields to enter the content. I use WordPress 5.2.4 / Theme Twenty Seventeen. I tried the latest ACF PRO version and version 5.8.0-beta4.1 – Unfortunately without success.
I’ve also seen the problem in GitHub, where Elliot wrote a solution.
Unfortunately there is no path in the current WordPress version anymore, I can’t find the “includes/gutenberg/assets/js/acf-blocks.js”.
@teetl6 – can you give mne your code-solution?
does anyone still have any idea why the custom blocks aren’t displayed?
Is it a ThemeProblem or Gutenberg?
Thank you in advance for your help!
ve the solution, it was my mistake, that I dont have choose the “BLOCK” in the main-editor position (I just didn’t see it) – before I choose just “POST” – Now it works great.. sometimes is so easy – I’m getting glasses. 🙂
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