Advanced Custom Fields: A Guide to Custom Fields and ACF Blocks | Delicious Brains (2022)

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I’ve been a fan of Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) for a long time now. It’s used on almost every site I’ve built or worked on for the last few years.

For the unaware, ACF is a plugin that gives you more control of your content. It uses custom post meta to enrich your content with structured data. It also lets you build and configure the data fields in meta boxes when you update posts, pages, custom post types, and much more.

In the past, I’ve used the plugin as part of a project on the Delicious Brains website. However, this blog post has shown me how vital the third-party solution is for WordPress development. Let me explain…

How ACF Works

It took me a while to get my head around what ACF does, so here’s a quick example. I’ve used it on a dog rescue charity site, where users add new dogs for rehoming as a custom post type. However, along with the dog’s name, description, post title, and content, they also want to store the dog’s breed and gender, a link to a video, and some photos.

To do this, I’ve spun up a field group for this data from the Custom Fields > Field Groups > Add New menu:

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You can add fields of various types. Here I’ve used selects, text boxes, a simple boolean checkbox, and a gallery field. The latter is an ACF Pro option, and I’ll discuss this some more later.

Here’s how you’d configure a select box, complete with user options:

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Next, I’ve said that this group should only appear on edit screens for the Dog custom post type. There’s all sorts of logic you can use here, such as post types, templates, categories, and user roles:

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However, the real power of ACF is when you add data.

(Video) WordPress Advanced Custom Fields for Beginners - Part One

Adding Data to ACF Fields

The edit screen looks different when working on a Dog post. It shows a custom meta box complete with the defined fields:

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This makes adding all of the extra data easy for content editors. It also lets you specify exactly where you want the data to be rendered in the theme, using the get_field function code:

<div class="columns small-12 medium-9"> <a href="<?php get_permalink(); ?>"> <h2 class="icon paw"><?php get_the_title(); ?> <span class="dog-data"> <?php printf( ‘%s %s, get_field( 'gender' ), get_field( 'breed' ) ); ?> </span> </h2> </a></div>

Without the plugin, I’d have to either use the default WordPress custom meta boxes, code my own richer meta boxes from scratch, or shoehorn the dog’s breed and gender into custom taxonomies. I might even have to use the native gallery embedded inside the post content. Shudders.

ACF Elevates WordPress

ACF is exactly what WordPress as a Content Management System (CMS) has been missing when it comes to having more control over your content. With over a million active installs, it has helped make the WordPress platform more powerful, and may have even contributed to its growth.

What’s more, developers and agencies have leveraged it to give clients control of their content without the need for shortcodes, page builders, or even post_content at all. Developers have complete control over where data appears on the site’s front end, avoiding the inevitable client edits that destroy the visuals.

In fact, ACF is so popular among our customers, we had to add an integration with WP Offload Media. Now, images and cropping work with media offloaded to Amazon S3, DigitalOcean Spaces or Google Cloud Storage.

The free version of the plugin has lots of functionality. However, the premium version is essential to get access to fields such as repeaters, flexible layouts, and galleries.

For example, we’re using the Repeater field to let users display select testimonials in a slider on product pages. The Repeater contains a nested post object field:

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It then appears when editing the page, so we can control which testimonials will be displayed:

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(Video) Repeating Fields in WordPress with Advanced Custom Fields Pro

With actions and filters peppered around the codebase, ACF has always been an extremely developer-friendly and extendable tool. It also prioritizes improvements that are important to its users.

Using the Local JSON Feature

However, one of the few issues I’ve found in the past was storing field configurations in the database, specifically custom post types for field groups and fields.

This meant if you changed the field definition on a development site, you couldn’t push your database using a solution such as WP Migrate DB Pro back to live. You’d find the posts table would change, and you’d lose the new data.

This is the age-old database merging issue (don’t get me started…). I used to work around this by making field changes on the live site first. Then, I’d pull the database to my local site to continue with development. Not ideal.

Fortunately, ACF introduced the Local JSON feature. What this does is allow field configs to be saved as JSON files, which can sync with the database.

This awesome feature solves the database merging issue for ACF data. It also means you can keep the JSON files under version control and make the configuration a part of your typical file deployment process. While working with the plugin on our site, I added some tweaks to integrate it even more with our Git and multi-environment setup:

  • I defined the JSON directory to our app/data directory outside of the theme (as it might change).
  • The “Custom Fields” menu item will only display on development environments.
  • JSON files with an out of date database configuration on admin_init will automatically sync.

Even though we now have the WordPress Block Editor (formerly known as Gutenberg), I would argue that ACF is still vital for creating a great editing experience.

Using the Block Editor Alongside ACF

The Block Editor offers a different direction for editing content than ACF. You create content using Blocks instead of storing it as post meta data, which gives you some design flexibility.

At first, the Block Editor didn’t support meta boxes. They were even removed from the “Edit Post” screen, prompting a lot of outrage. Now, support has been added for meta boxes. They appear below the Block Editor with a minimal, less refined User Interface (UI).

Using Blocks instead of fields for custom data, the new editor has the potential to have a huge impact on ACF’s future. What’s more, new sites will be much less likely to install a third-party tool now there’s a native solution.

However, it’s not the first time proposed core changes have threatened the future of ACF. A few years ago, a new team was put together for Post Meta. At first, this sounded like it would kill off the various third-party custom fields solutions:

There have been a slew of libraries/frameworks/plugins (CMB, SCB, WPAlchemy, ACF, Pods), which have filled this role for the moment. We’ll look to these as spiritual prequels to a new core-worthy plugin.

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At the time, I wrote about how this decision to introduce new competing features might make some plugins redundant. Ultimately the Post Meta project didn’t go anywhere, the new editor arrived, and ACF weathered the storm.

ACF not only bounced back, they adapted. The result was something that combined the power of ACF and the flexibility of custom Blocks. Let’s talk about this next.

How to Build Blocks Using ACF

Obviously, custom Blocks can be beneficial. However, the technical process to create them is complex. ACF Blocks fill the gap.

ACF Blocks integrate with your current custom fields, are dynamic and customizable, and let you achieve two things:

  • You can take your current custom fields into the Block Editor ecosystem.
  • You’re able to create custom inline solutions.

They’re rendered using a PHP template file or callback function – so it’s just like developing a theme. They also retain WordPress core compatibility, so you could even create reusable Blocks through the framework.

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While ACF Blocks aren’t a crutch, I’d say that if your React skills are still sketchy, you’ll definitely want to investigate them further. They’re going to let you leverage the power of the Block Editorwhile staying within the familiar functions.php file.

Building an ACF Block

Let’s show you how to build an ACF Block. The Pro version of the tool has included this functionality from ACF 5.8, so it’s been with us for around two years now. Here’s the super-simple example block registration code:

add_action('acf/init', 'my_acf_init');function my_acf_init() { // check function exists if( function_exists('acf_register_block_type') ) { // register a testimonial block acf_register_block_type(array( 'name' => 'testimonial', 'title' => __('Testimonial'), 'description' => __('A custom testimonial block.'), 'render_template' => 'template-parts/blocks/testimonial/testimonial.php', 'render_callback' => 'my_acf_bock_render_callback', 'category' => 'formatting', 'icon' => 'admin-comments', 'keywords' => array( 'testimonial', 'quote' ), )); }}

From here, you’ll want to create a field group and render the Block. For the former, you’ll do this from within the Custom Fields > Field Groups screen within WordPress:

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Here, add your field group and populate it as normal. However, in the “Location” meta box, you’ll want to use the “Block” rule to select (in this case) the Testimonial Block.

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Finally, you’ll need to render the Block. This follows the same process you might already be used to with custom fields:

  • Create a template file for your theme based on the parameter given in the render_template setting when initially registering the Block.
  • Choose the right method for rendering the Block.
  • Enqueue your styles and scripts.

Note that the acf_register_block_type() function offers enqueue_style, enqueue_script and enqueue_assets settings.

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On the whole, Blocks shouldn’t replace every custom field meta box where they’re needed, but they will let you take advantage of crafting content in the editor.

‘InnerBlocks’ Support

The Block Editor also has functionality that helps you work with ACF Blocks. InnerBlocks essentially let you insert any new Block into your ACF Block.

They can be custom or core Blocks, and you’re able to use the current “Title”, “Content”, and “Button” fields in your own ACF Blocks.

Here’s a quick tutorial to get up and running. To start using InnerBlocks, you include 'jsx' => true in the supports array:

acf_register_block_type( array( 'name' => 'testimonial', 'title' => __( 'Testimonial' ), 'render_template' => 'template-parts/blocks/testimonial/testimonial.php', 'mode' => 'preview', 'supports' => [ 'align' => false, 'anchor' => true, 'customClassName' => true, 'jsx' => true, ]));

You’ll then need to echo the <InnerBlocks /> HTML tag in your Block template:

 echo '<div class="block-about__content">'; echo '<InnerBlocks />';

This is only a simple example, but there’s lots more you can do with InnerBlocks.

Alternatives to ACF Blocks

Of course, ACF isn’t going to be the only solution for creating Blocks. As such, your first instinct is likely going to be a custom build.

We’ve covered how to create a ‘vanilla’ Block in the past, but before you begin, you’ll need knowledge of React.

There are also WordPress plugins that let you assemble Blocks from various components, but I’d say they’re not really for developers but ‘end-user tinkerers’. Lazy Blocks is regularly updated, so this is a good option if you want to experiment with what it offers.

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The Future of ACF

Since its release, ACF has been a vital complementary plugin for WordPress. It extends, enriches, and makes the platform more usable. I don’t think I could build websites without it.

However, combining the Block Editor and ACF Blocks is the icing on the cake – it’s an excellent investment in the future of the CMS. It will help lower the barrier of entry for developers to extend the Block Editor without starting on the steep learning curve of React. In the long run, those who are pushing so hard for the evolution of the Block Editor could see this as a win.

Since the introduction of the Block Editor, what are you using to build sites? Let us know in the comments section below!


What is advanced custom fields used for? ›

Advanced Custom Fields is a WordPress plugin which allows you to add extra content fields to your WordPress edit screens. These extra content fields are more commonly referred to as Custom Fields and can allow you to build websites faster and educate your clients quicker.

What are ACF blocks? ›

ACF blocks is a PHP framework and does not require any JavaScript. This differentiates itself from the WordPress block API which relies heavily on modern JavaScript techniques, syntax and build tools.

Is ACF Pro free? ›

No, ACF PRO is an independent plugin and does not require the free version to be installed. Once ACF PRO is active, you can deactivate the free version and any ACF premium add-ons.

How do you use ACF fields? ›

How can I learn ACF? ›

WordPress Advanced Custom Fields for Beginners - Part One - YouTube

Where does advanced custom fields store data? ›

ACF stores data for custom field related to posts in the post_meta table, just like standard wp custom fields. It stores custom fields for everything else in the options table. Every field has two database rows associated with it.

How do I register my ACF block? ›

To render the block, create a PHP template (or callback function) to output the block HTML using PHP functions like get_field() and the_field(). Note: Block type registration should be done within the acf/init action. This is not required, but is a safe way to ensure that ACF is fully initialized.

How do I use ACF with Gutenberg? ›

How to Build Blocks in Gutenberg With Advanced Custom Fields
  1. Install the Plugin. In order to use this functionality, you need the Pro version of ACF 5.8 or higher. ...
  2. Register Your Block. After installation, it's time to register your block. ...
  3. Create Your Fields. ...
  4. Render Your Block. ...
  5. Provide Styling. ...
  6. A Few More Things.
Jan 31, 2020

What ACF extended? ›

Description. All-in-one enhancement suite that improves WordPress & Advanced Custom Fields. This plugin aims to provide a powerful administration framework with a wide range of improvements & optimizations. This plugin requires at least ACF Pro 5.8.

How do I create a custom field in WordPress without plugins? ›

Step 1: Go to add a new post or edit a post, then click on Screen Options.
  1. The Edit Post screen in WordPress.
  2. Check the box "Custom Fields"
  3. The Custom Fields area.
  4. An example of saving the information about a product in custom fields.
  5. Add extra data into a custom field.
  6. Homepage after adding custom fields.
Jul 12, 2018

How do I activate my ACF? ›

To activate your ACF PRO license, you need to paste your license key into the available space on the page at Custom Fields > Updates. Then click the 'Activate License' button. You can find this key on your store account page.

How do I get ACF field value in WordPress? ›

get_field($selector, [$post_id], [$format_value]);
  1. $selector (string) (Required) The field name or field key.
  2. $post_id (mixed) (Optional) The post ID where the value is saved. Defaults to the current post.
  3. $format_value (bool) (Optional) Whether to apply formatting logic. Defaults to true.

What is ACF in web development? ›

Content Designed Around Your Needs

Advanced Custom Fields is a WordPress plugin that helps you edit complicated content in a simple and logical way. If you're familiar with WordPress but don't have much experience with ACF, you may be wondering what all the fuss is about.

What is ACF autocorrelation function? ›

The autocorrelation function (ACF) defines how data points in a time series are related, on average, to the preceding data points (Box, Jenkins, & Reinsel, 1994). In other words, it measures the self-similarity of the signal over different delay times.

What are ACF and PACF? ›

Selecting candidate Auto Regressive Moving Average (ARMA) models for time series analysis and forecasting, understanding Autocorrelation function (ACF), and Partial autocorrelation function (PACF) plots of the series are necessary to determine the order of AR and/ or MA terms.

How do I display ACF custom fields in frontend WordPress? ›

If you want to show the fields inside the post, you have to place the code inside the loop of "single. php", supposing you are using the standard post type. This code retrive the field only, it won't show anything, it's used to store the value in a variable: get_field('field-name');

How do I add a repeater field in ACF? ›

Repeater Field - WordPress Advanced Custom Fields for Beginners (20)

Where are ACF field groups stored? ›

They are stored in post_content. As far as updating URLs, that depends on what type of field you're talking about and how you are migrating the database. Some ACF fields store post or term ID values and they will only continue working if the post/term/user IDs are the same.

Where are custom fields stored in WordPress database? ›

1 Answer. Show activity on this post. From the codex for custom fields: The PostMeta information is stored in a new table, $wpdb->postmeta.

What are blocks WordPress? ›

Blocks are content elements that you add to the edit screen to create content layouts. Each item you add to your post or page is a block. You can add blocks for each paragraph, images, videos, galleries, audio, lists, and more.

What does ACF stand for in medical terms? ›

Clusters of abnormal tube-like glands in the lining of the colon and rectum. ACF form before colorectal polyps and are one of the earliest changes that can be seen in the colon that may lead to cancer. Also called aberrant crypt foci.

What is ACF Pro plugin? ›

ACF PRO is the premium version of our free WordPress plugin. It is a stand alone plugin, meaning that it does not require the free version to be installed, and includes the additional features mentioned on this page.

What is ACF in statistics? ›

A plot of the autocorrelation of a time series by lag is called the AutoCorrelation Function, or the acronym ACF. This plot is sometimes called a correlogram or an autocorrelation plot.

What ACF extended? ›

Description. All-in-one enhancement suite that improves WordPress & Advanced Custom Fields. This plugin aims to provide a powerful administration framework with a wide range of improvements & optimizations. This plugin requires at least ACF Pro 5.8.

What are custom fields in WordPress? ›

WordPress Custom Fields is additional information added to your posts as metadata. On the site, it can be represented as text, number, image, or used in some calculations. From the perspective of content management, custom fields allow users to quickly update important data or make general post adjustments.

How do I get advanced custom field value in WordPress? ›

Because ACF will format the value depending on the field type and make development quicker and easier! To retrieve a field value as a variable, use the get_field() function. This is the most versatile function which will always return a value for any type of field.

Go through our Advanced Custom Fields tutorial to learn about how beneficial it can be for your website, even if you're a beginner.

Marketed as “a content editor for WordPress developers,” the Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) plugin may seem intimidating for some who aren’t familiar with what the plugin does.. That’s why we put together an Advanced Custom Fields tutorial to show you everything.. Advanced Custom Fields lets you collect additional information about your content in the WordPress editor.. The problem is that customizing the WordPress content editor typically requires careful formatting and potential code editing.. Advanced Custom Fields eases this process by allowing you to change the content editor and standardize how you collect and display certain information.. Let’s say each of your reviews requires you to type in the production company, release year, and movie rating.. In addition, having the same fields to adjust cuts the process down to a few clicks instead of having to type everything in.. However, we’ll use the example of running a movie review website.. To create a new field group, go to Custom Fields in WordPress.. You can also test them out to see how they work on your site.. For the time being, name your field group something like Movie Review Data.. After saving the first field, it’s time to add the studio and our movie rating fields.. If you’re using custom post types, you could also associate your custom field group with a custom post type.. The first option involves using the ACF shortcode .. If you want to further extend your site, you can learn how to create custom post types and then add custom fields to those new post types.

Today is an interview with Brad Touesnard, founder of Delicious Brains, talking about his recent acquisition of Advanced Custom Fields. A series of questions I've provided him, where he's recorded answers to via audio. I hope you enjoy today's episode and learn more about one of WordPress' most historic acquisitions.…

[00:00:12]Today is an interview with Brad two Nard, founder of Delicious Brains, and talking about his recent acquisition of advanced custom fields, a series of questions he’s recorded answers to via audio.. There weren’t a lot of moving parts , to really vet , in this deal, in terms of what was attractive, obviously…[00:01:10]ACF isa great product that has a passionate and large community of users and customers.. [00:01:58] I’m confident that we can hire folks and handle ACF and scale up what we’ve been doing all these years with our existing products.. And, we’ve added, within the last few years we’ve doubled our products.. ACF blocks is a huge part of ACF and I think it’s a huge part , of the WordPress block editor space.. Anyhow, I think I think there’s lots more opportunity there to help folks extend the block editor, make custom blocks using ACF.. we’ve hired pretty much all the developers we need , for ACF at this point.. What are you most excited about with acf now joining your suite of Delicious Brains products?. [00:06:04] Bringing our strengths our user experience and UI strength to ACF and improving that UI, making things, just all that much better.. Brad, if you’ve not seen Delicious Brains before check out Delicious and all of the amazing tools they have there.. And of course, if you’ve never, ever heard of ACF before, check out advanced custom, don’t forget to subscribe to the WP and share, share.

The top two custom field plugins for WordPress are Meta Box and ACF. In this article, we're going to be comparing the two to determine which offers the most value to professional website creators. What's Being Compared Here? The free versions of both plugins are great for creating basic websites,…

This is also essentially what Meta Box custom fields look like on the backend too.On paper, ACF has less fields than MetaBox, though many of the features it "lacks" can actually be set by using a WYSIWYG field or manipulating native settings in the back end.. Both ACF and Meta Box employ field groups to place custom WP meta boxes on content types.. ACF Field Group Page Meta Box Field Group Page. Example of a single text field in Meta Box with the clone setting checked "on".In our opinion, Meta Box is a better choice if you want more fields and more power, but we also love the repeater element that ships with ACF Pro; there's one less click to get a repeating section.. Meta Box has a great (native) tool that will allow you to import all data from ACF, so if you're looking to move an existing site that uses ACF to Meta Box, that process is seamless.. The Meta Box model is much more accessible for agencies — ACF costs $249 a year for unlimited sites, compared to the $99 or $199 price a year for Meta Box (depending on what extensions you need).

Mar 16 2021 middot how to build blocks using acf obviously custom blocks can be beneficial however the technical process

ACF Blocks integrate with your current custom fields, are dynamic and customizable, and let you achieve two things: You can take your current custom fields into the Block Editor ecosystem... Here are a few guides to quickly get you started with Meta Box and creating your own WordPress custom fields: Quick Start Guide; Creating Meta Boxes; Field Settings; .... Fixed parsed terms in taxonomy advanced for MB Blocks; ... Fire change and/or mb_change events when fields change to update custom blocks in real-time (requires MB Blocks ..... Advanced Custom Fields + VC now can work together (without js error) ACE Editor and Option tree now work together (without js error) pt_BR locale updated; de_DE locale file updated; 04.08.2014 - ver 4.3.2: Force custom css regeneration upon plugin update.. Create content types including Custom Post Types, Custom Taxonomies, and our special Advanced Content Types (ACTs get their own custom tables); Extend and customize content types including Posts, Pages, Categories, Tags, Users, and Media with one easy click; Create ..... Choose between 20+ pre-made fields and create your own unlimited custom fields... ... and placeholders of the form fields, and add a branded custom template for the Empty Cart state.. There are user profile plugins that allow you to add custom fields, but I'm not sure if they have easy ways to generate random (non-repeatable) numbers.. Search the web for "wordpress profile custom fields" or "wordpress profile plugins.". Here's a visual hook guide for the WooCommerce Single Product Page.This is part of my "Visual Hook Guide Series", through which you can find WooCommerce hooks quickly and easily by seeing their actual locations (and you can copy/paste).. These days, I build custom blocks for the Gutenberg block editor using Advanced Custom Fields.. Changelog WPForms Pro - Drag & Drop WordPress Forms Plugin Nulled Free [v1.7.6] - 2022-08-16 ### Added - Entries can now be checked against the Akismet API to prevent spam submissions.- When exporting entries on the Tools > Export page all items can be selected or deselected easily with a single click in Form Fields and Additional Information sections... Under Elementor > Settings > Advanced switch editor loader method on; If you cannot load Elementor, see this guide; If you have followed all these steps and you're still encountering difficulties, please Customer Experience following these steps: Describe the issue and what led to it.. ACF Integration: Creates custom capabilities for the Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) plugin for managing with the Members plugin.. The most powerful custom data management tool on WordPress comes to Themeco's suite of products with custom integration.

A semi-regular podcast that talks about all things development, coding, and WordPress. From Delicious Brains, the folks behind Advanced Custom Fields, WP Migrate, WP Offload Media, and SpinupWP.

Episode 6 - The Process of a WordPress Product Acquisition with Brad Touesnard and Iain Poulson. In this episode of the Delicious Brain Waves podcast, Brad and Iain chat about the recent Delicious Brains acquisition of Advanced Custom Fields.. Taking a deep dive into the process, they cover everything about the acquisition, from the first discussions with Advanced Custom Fields creator Elliot Condon, how Brad evaluated the product to determine a value, financing options, performing due diligence, when and how to get lawyers involved, all the way up to the final closing and handover.. If you’re looking at buying or selling a WordPress product business, this episode is an interesting look into the nitty-gritty details of the process, what to look out for, and things to avoid.. Show Notes:. * The official announcement. * Advanced Custom Fields. * Iain on Twitter. * Brad on Twitter. * Open positions at Delicious Brains. * Let us know your thoughts on Twitter

A look into my WordPress development workflow for developing custom WordPress themes locally with git version control.

git checkout {branch} – This command allows us to switch between branches on our repository.. git merge {branch} – this command takes files from one branch and merges them into another branch.. git push origin {branch} – this command pushes your commit to the repository for safe keeping in your version control history.. Run git checkout -b dev to create a “dev” branch.. The branches on your remote and local git repositories at the moment Pushing committed changes to the repository First, since we’ll be merging into the dev branch we’ll want to check if anything else has been committed there since we last pulled.. On the dev branch we’ll run git pull origin dev .. This will pull any new changes made to the origin dev branch to our local version.. Switch back to your local branch with git checkout local and run git merge dev to merge the dev branch into your local branch.. Run git checkout dev and from your dev branch run git merge local .. If I know I’m going to be making changes that will require database edits I don’t want to manually redo on live I’ll make sure to sync up my live database to my development environment before I start.


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