you might want to check out this add-on:
i think i may have found a temporary fix for the images and fields not saving problem:
i turned on “local JSON” (see here: http://www.advancedcustomfields.com/resources/whats-new-version-5/#local-json ); now all images and fields get saved in the backend and displayed in the frontend as well.
try enabling the Local JSON on your projects – maybe it helps until the bugs get fixed.
i couldn`t upload small images (under 150*150px) as well with the new version until a few days ago. then i re-downloaded the latest version from my account, and it seems that it is fixed – now i can upload any image without any problems.
try to do the same. Maybe Elliot fixed the bug but forgot to update the version number of the plugin.
thank you very much! i`m not an accomplished coder, so i really appreciate it!
i had the same problem 2 days ago with a german language website and i`ve found a simple solution.
please see here: http://oenj.justbemotion.com/stockschiessen/ergebnisse-stockschiessen/ (first column, Mrz stands for März)
here is the solution i have used:
<?php $dateStart = date_i18n("d M Y", strtotime(get_sub_field('stcksch_termine_datum1'))); ?> <?php if(get_sub_field('stcksch_termine_datum1')): ?> <?php echo $dateStart; ?> <?php endif; ?>
hope it helps.
EDIT: i have used it as a subfield in a repeater field, so please use get_field instead of get_sub_field.
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