When you have custom fields and they are not nested within a repeater field the fields are entirely hidden. When the fields are nested within a repeater field you can see the field’s parent td element and corresponding th element.
Is there any easy way to hide the parent td and corresponding th elements when the logic is false, should it already be hiding these?
I was reading through the code and noticed a comment regarding only to hide the entire column if it’s a flexible content layout – so I was just like, “I’ve always wondered what that plugin does.”
Each page of this website will have rows of content, and each row could have either 1, 2, or 3 columns of content. And row by row it will vary – it looks like your flexible content plugin is the quickest and most straightforward solution for what I am trying to do.
Thanks for making the wonderful ACF plugin – it’s made working with WordPress a breeze over the past two years.
Thanks a lot!
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