I first had the following error
Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /homepages/23/d187487723/htdocs/xxxxxxx/wp-content/plugins/custom-post-view-generator/index.php on line 467
I deleted two list views I had created and now I get the following error in the post
No list view with the name ‘list1340824920796’ was found.
What I want, in fact, I believe, is post views. I created several fields in two groups, Ideas and Minuta, with ACF.
When a user posts a new post and selects a category, he/she automatically gets the corresponding ACF template. The categories are also called Ideas and Minuta (plus other categories that I don’t want a special template for).
I don’t see where I can add different post views but rather only one so I added in the fields from ACV in one post view and just indicated that they should be hidden if empty. So, if someone posts a post using the Ideas category and template from ACF, then logically anything posted in the Minuta custom fields wouldn’t appear, or rather, there wouldn’t have been anything entered as that template did not appear to the user.
On the front end, I need the Ideas category’s posts to show the fields and data from the Ideas template (not referring to a WP post template but rather the template ACF renders when writing a post), then I need the data and field names to display on the front end.
I don’t see where the more tag can fit in here at all which bothers me.
Also, in list view, under the CPVG menu items, there are no fields to drag there. I only see draggable fields on the post view option. I think that’s OK because I don’t want a list view.
Please let me know if the above logic will work with this plugin and what I am doing wrong in order to generate the above errors and how to fix them so that the custom fields data can render on the display side after writing the post with the ACF templates.
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