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I've been trying all kinds of things but I can't get it to work cuz my Theme single.php looks different that usual.

I made a field in ACF named Region and then enter for example USA which I need to show up in my post meta, like the edited screenshot below: enter image description here

example

And ofc all works fine at the back-end but I can't figure out what to type and where to place it in my single.php to show up on the front-end.

This is what my single.php looks like: enter image description here

Now I tried to copy their style like the ;title'=> etc, tried to paste the snippet from ACF but nothing is working which most likely is because I screwed up and it's probably easy for someone that has more exp with ACF but it's hard for me. I need to this on several other websites with different values so if someone get point me in the right direction I will use it a lot and would be very grateful.

Cheers!

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    Please don't post code snippets as images; edit your question and insert the actual code into the editor. You can use the "code sample" button ({}) in the editor to format your code. Also, if this is a "how do I use ACF" question, you're likely to have more luck asking ACF's support team.
    – Pat J
    Jun 21 at 19:46
  • ACF has tons of documentation: the opening tutorial in their documentation.
    – deflime
    Jun 21 at 20:17
  • @deflime Please be kind.
    – Howdy_McGee
    Jun 22 at 4:35
  • @deflime I know but as this theme single.php is a bit weird, I haven't found a snippet that has worked so far. Jun 22 at 9:08

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You had to use this code

get_field( "region" );

this will get you the region value of current post

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  • Unfortunately it didn't work. I tried to put it below title and no result, I also tried to format it like they did, so under title: 'region' => get_field(), but no luck. :( Jun 22 at 9:17
  • can you try passing the post id like this get_field( "region", 123 ); in see if it works
    – Ahmed Abdo
    Jun 22 at 10:22
  • Unfortunately did not work plus I don't need it on a single post ID ofc. Jun 22 at 12:31
  • can you send the code where you trying to use ?
    – Ahmed Abdo
    Jun 22 at 13:48
  • Its in the first post, the single.php Jun 22 at 19:40

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