Sounds like you have successfully gotten all 300 Pages imported based on the comments. (Regardless of how you did it, either by using the WordPress import plugin or by using some MySQL tool like phpMyAdmin or Sequel Pro or whatever)... You have 300 pages in the
wp_posts table. Let's start from here then...
The ACF plugin uses the
wp_postmeta table to populate and link custom fields to specific posts/pages. (A very thoughtful design, by the way)!
That table consists of 4 columns:
meta_id - A unique auto incremented primary key
post_id - A foreign key that links to the post or page
meta_key - In this case the name (key) of the custom field
meta_value - The actual text or content for that custom field
So if you've created a CSV file, you would basically create your data to fit into that model. If you have 300 records sitting in your
wp_posts table, they should all have a unique
ID (in the
ID column). That's the ID that you'll put into the
Now, if you inspect the Field Group you've created, you'll see all of the Field Names (which are the
wp_postmeta.meta_key values. Here's a screenshot of an example in a project I'm working on right now:
I've named mine
left_sidebar_content for example. Finally, throw the values of each of your fields into the
All of that is a high level walkthrough of the schema and structure of the data. The actual implementation of how you import the data is up to you. (Whether you use a CSV file, XML, or actually write some SQL to insert the data).
Hope that helps get you on the right track!