I am loving the ACF (Advanced Custom Fields) plugin repeater field but I have two pages in my WordPress site that have sections which share exactly the same data.
Obviously one of the key aspects of a CMS is that when such a situation as the one above arises, the client should only have to update that shared data in one place.
I'm wondering how I can do this though? I have found the below:
<?php $include = get_pages('include=120' ); $content = apply_filters('the_content' ,$include->post_content); echo $content; ?>
This works for 'the_content' but I am not sure how to substitute it for my repeater field data which looks like this:
<?php if( get_field('treatments' ) ): ?> <?php $i = 0; while( has_sub_field('treatments' ) ): $i++; ?> <div class="treatments" id="treatment-<?php echo $i; ?>"> <img src="<?php the_sub_field('image' ); ?>" /> <?php the_sub_field('description' ); ?> <a href="<?php the_sub_field('link' ); ?>">Read More ></a> </div> <!-- treatments --> <?php endwhile; ?> <?php endif; ?>