I have a
foreach loop that contains various
if( have_rows('my_repeater',$my_id) ):
$i = 0;
while ( have_rows('my_repeater',$my_id) ) : the_row();
// Doing other stuff non acf-related
$form_options = array(
'post_id' => $my_id,
'new_post' => false,
'post_title' => false,
'field_groups' => array(
'fields' => array(
'field_12345', // Can I do the equivalent of [field_12345][$i]..i.e. get a specific repeater sub-field in an acf_form?
// "field_12345[$i]", // Does nothing
// "[$i]field_12345", // Does nothing
// "ffield_12345_[$i]", // Does nothing
'submit_value' => 'Reply',
'updated_message' => __('Thanks', 'acf'),
'return' => '?updated="true'
What I would like to know is if I can target a specific repeater subfield in an acf_form. Or is there a filter that I can run to add the correct row to each field?
Essentially, I want to have a submit button/form for each repeater row independently as opposed to one submit button for all repeater rows
Thanks in advance!
Sorry to say this, but no, there isn’t any way to do this, not without building your own form(s) and your own php to process the submitted values.
Thanks for letting me know John. I was able to find a workaround using a custom post_meta array field and
acf/save_post but had to do away with the repeater.