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I would like to display the social locker WordPress plugin around a custom field.

<?php echo do_shortcode('[sociallocker]'.$to_lock.'[/sociallocker]'); ?>

Here is my custom field:

<?php the_field('link'); ?>

Social locker requires a open and close shortcode:

[sociallocker id="16619"]
[/sociallocker]

The following does not work correctly:

<?php echo do_shortcode('[sociallocker id="16619"]'); ?>
<?php the_field('link'); ?>
<?php echo do_shortcode('[/sociallocker]'); ?>
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    Use get_field with your first example. – Milo Nov 12 '16 at 23:56
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Concatenate the shortcode with the field value just before you evaluate it with do_shortcode.

the_field('link') will automatically output the value while get_field('link') will return the value.

<?php echo do_shortcode('[sociallocker]'. get_field('link') . '[/sociallocker]');?>

The problem you had before is that your evaluating the first 1/3 which doesn't include the data. Then you print the data. And again evaluate a close tag without data.

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