WordPress Theme Customization with ACF Pro &Elementor Pro

WordPress Theme Customization with ACF Pro &Elementor Pro. Category: Wordpress Design with Elementor, Tags: Acf Pro Options, Advanced Custom Fields, Advanced Cu

WordPress Theme Customization with ACF Pro &Elementor Pro

WordPress Theme Customization with ACF Pro &Elementor Pro

WordPress theme customization with Elemetor Pro & ACF Pro Options

Building a custom WordPress theme with Elementor Pro offers you an easy way of getting creative. But, what about if you’re building the site for a client and you don’t want to let them access the normal WordPress theme settings?

In this tutorial, I’ll give you an introduction to using the powerful ACF Pro Options function to create your own custom Options Page and then link that through to the theme files built with Elementor Pro.

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5 Comments

  1. Gabriel Mstowski

    Does this option work in the basic version of ACF ? I just launched it and I don't see an additional "options" tab.

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  2. Prithvi Rakhyani

    Hi Paul – New fan, appreciate your content! I'm trying to make a form (with / without ACF) that accepts user input on the *front end*, stores it, and displays it dynamically on another page. All without ever accessing the WordPress dashboard.

    An option I've been recommended is making a form within PHP (which I have to figure out), but still unsure how to take that user input (text or integers), and dynamically display it elsewhere. This video touches my dilemma a bit, but wanted to follow up through here and see if there's anything else you'd recommend. Thank you!

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  3. Krishna Hendrakusuma

    Awesome tutorial..
    Instead of link to FB Url, could you help me how to link to phone url like this : tel:+6221788736 ?
    I can't insert that value to URL ACF Url field – the error is "Value must be a valid URL".
    But if it is a text field, it's not work when enter into Elementor Link field because it would be: https://domain.com/value. Thanks

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  4. Bradley Needham

    What really sucks is this doesn't work on multisite for some reason. On multisite when you update field data assigned to an options page and hit update it doesn't update on the front end unless you go to each page/post the field data is being pulled into and hit the update button on each of those individual posts/pages also. Not so convenient for clients…

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