Only thing I did is:
– acf_add_options_page with “redirect: false”
– and then “add_submenu_page()” which negates the redirect and makes it “true” basically
Why? Because I have ACF Option Page ad main where I have settings. It’s for my plugin. After that I need custom pages (mosty currently used to hide CPT my plugin creates).
So when I click on the “first” item I see Option Page but there is submenu with more subpages I need.
Correct me if I am wrong, but why should I use “acf_add_options_sub_page” to link to CPT or show custom content (not related to ACF)? This function does not support that, so I use default WordPress way
PS: I managed to have it working (add acf subpage and the main option page is redirecting to it).
I do know that it works/or does not work when mixing acf options pages with other types of admin menu items. I don’t know why you are seeing this issue when using a WP sub menu page as a sub page of an ACF options page.
This has a lot to do with the priority when adding the page or sub page. For example, due to priority of the ACF options page addition it is quite complicated to add a CPT as a sub page. It could be that there is a similar situation happening with mixing and acf options page with wp sub pages. See my explanation and fix for adding a CPT as a submenu item of an ACF options page here, it might help you. https://github.com/Hube2/acf-filters-and-functions/blob/master/acf-options-page-w-cpt-children.php
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