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  • Hi man, I reckon you could translate it through WPML.

  • I solved (partially) in the end. It’s possible doing this through the WordPress Importer using an XML. It is pulling through the front-end but it is not in the CMS instead.

  • Hi,

    if you’re trying to get the custom field value you should just echo it like this:

        $var = get_the_field('your-custom-field');
    <p><?php echo $var; ?></p>

    Does it help?

  • Can you share the code you are using to pull your custom fields in the front end? You should echo the custom fields like this:

     $var = get_the_field('my-custom-field');
     <p><?php echo $var; ?></p>
  • Hi Man, I think there is a syntax error in your code. You should check whether there is a field or not (as you’ve done) but you should even check if there are rows. Also when you echo a sub_field sticking it in a variable use get_the_sub_field(). So try the code below and let me know if that’s what you’re looking for 🙂

    <div class="entry-content">
        		<?php the_content(); ?>
    			wp_link_pages( array(
    				'before' => '<div class="page-links">' . __( 'Pages:', 'pictorico' ),
    				'after'  => '</div>',
    			) );
            <?php if(get_field('spalten')): ?>
              <?php while(have_rows('spalten')): the_row(); ?>
              <div class="columns">
              <div class="col-left"><?php 
    		  $wysiwyg = get_the_sub_field('linke_spalte', false, false); 
    		  echo apply_filters('the_content', $wysiwyg);
              <div class="col-right"><?php 
    		  $wysiwyg = get_the_sub_field('rechte_spalte', false, false); 
    		  echo apply_filters('the_content', $wysiwyg);
              <?php endwhile; ?>
              <?php endif; ?>
    	</div><!-- .entry-content -->

    Also you probably need to make sure there are posts to display so at the very top of it you should do something like:

         if(have_posts() ) {
    	while ( have_posts() ) {
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