ACF Pro is activated by default. You’ll find it in the Custom Fields WordPress menu.
It works as normal
@Louis Thank you.
So I can use the front end admin that I linked to or do you have that feature/usecase handled in Cwicly ?
ACF tools and addons should work as normal. Cwicly doesn’t have any front-end editing at this time.
Hi Louis, I already had the ACF (free) plugin installed before using Cwicly, so when the ACF plugin is enabled it does not show the ACF Pro fields. When I disable the plugin I can then can see the ACF Pro fields. I couldn’t find many FAQ’s relating to ACF so wondering if it’s worthwhile adding a FAQ / quick sentence to the getting started guides in case others see this issue?
Thank you for this valuable information. A getting started helper as well as a tour guide is being prepared so this is definitely something that we can add to them.