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  • That’s what would have made sense to me too, but it just smacks them together without the added whitespace. Oh well, it’s not a big deal was just curious. It works as intended now, so that’s awesome!

    Thanks again, and have a good weekend πŸ™‚

  • Awesome, thank you so much! Think that finally did it. I ended up using concatenation to add more classes.

    It ended up looking like this:

    <?php $bgcolor = get_field('baggrundsfarve'); ?>
    <?php $customclasses = $bgcolor . " " . get_field('justering'); ?>
    <article id=”post-<?php the_ID(); ?>” <?php post_class('et_pb_post clearfix ' . $no_thumb_class . $overlay_class . $customclasses) ?>>

    Out of curiousity, is that the proper way to add a space between the two classes? I mean it works just fine, but I feel like it’s a bit of a MacGyver solution.

  • Hey RemSEO, thanks for helping!

    Incredibly that is what I end up getting to on my own as well, so I’m glad that I’m not totally lost. However I can’t get it to work fully. If I do as you mentioned it’ll look like this:
    <article id="post-<?php the_ID(); ?>" <?php post_class('et_pb_post clearfix' . $no_thumb_class . $overlay_class . the_field('myfieldhere')); ?>>

    It ends up putting the value infront of the class attribute on the site like this:

    myfieldvalueclass="et_pb_post clearfix post-3326"

    I cut out some of all the other classes in there, following post-3326, to keep the snippet short.

    I can’t seem to get the value to be moved inside the class attribute, keeps ending up in front like that πŸ™

    ::: EDIT :::
    And yes, thanks for the headsup as well by the way! I am working in a childtheme to avoid issues in the future πŸ™‚

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