Hello I am using advanced custom fields and I am trying to pull data from multiple pages and display it on another

I set up a relationship field called "data", and then on page X where the relationship field is displayed I have chosen page Y where I want to pull the data from

<?php if( get_field('data') ): ?>
     <?php the_field('special_offer'); ?> <!--// get content from page Y -->
<?php endif; ?>

I can't get this to work though and Im presuming the above is wrong, does anyone know how I could do this please?

Hopefully I have explained it clearly


<?php if( $related_pages = get_field( 'special_offer_relationship' ) ): ?>

    <?php foreach( $related_pages as $page ): ?>
        <?php echo get_the_title( $page->ID ); ?>
        <?php echo get_the_excerpt( $page->ID ); ?>
   <?php endforeach; ?>

<?php endif; ?>

1 Answer 1


The relationship field returns an array of post objects. Each post object contains the ID of the related post. The ACF field functions accept a second parameter, which is the post ID you want to retrieve data from, if it is not the current post.

if( $related_pages = get_field( 'data' ) ):
    foreach( $related_pages as $page ):
        the_field( 'special_offer', $page->ID );

All of this is from the ACF documentation, which is pretty thorough with many examples.


If you want to use template tags that require the global $post var, you have to use setup_postdata() to populate it with the post's data. Note that get_the_excerpt does not accept a post ID like get_the_title does.

if( $related_pages = get_field( 'data' ) ):
    foreach( $related_pages as $post ): // you must use $post for this to work
        setup_postdata( $post );
    wp_reset_postdata(); // restore global $post for outer loop
  • Sorry on the late reply and thanks a lot for the reply! For some reason get_the_excerpt, or content is just getting the content from the page you are on, I dont suppose you know of what might be causing this or if I am doing something wrong? (I have updated the op) Strangely enough it gets the title fine but not the content :S
    – adam
    Sep 15, 2013 at 15:56
  • see edit above.
    – Milo
    Sep 15, 2013 at 16:08

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