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  • I was 5 minutes to early to post the question above as I’ve found the solutions after looking into WordPress Manual.

    Seems that if you call another post_type (in my case vacancies) with new WP_Query, WordPress is opening that (lexical) post_type environment. This means that most functions like ACF’s the_field() will try to look inside the custom post type “Vacancies” if the custom field “vacancy-section-2-title” exists. Obvious it’s not so i need to “Reset the Query” back to the original one.

    The solution is putting this function wp_reset_query() at the end of the custom posts loop.

      $args = array( 'post_type' => 'Vacancies');
      $loop = new WP_Query( $args );
      while ( $loop->have_posts() ) : $loop->the_post();
        get_template_part( 'template-parts/vacancies', get_post_format() );

    Hope it helps other people in the future!

  • Hi James,

    This worked thank you very much!

    Just to make sure, this piece of code needs to be placed in the functions.php file? I know it works but I don’t want my code to just hang around on wrong places…

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