“Pineparks – ACF Auto Export to PHP” is small but powerful extension for Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) that enhances the performance of your website by reducing the number of database requests related to ACF fields. With this extension, all ACF groups are exported into a PHP file and automatically included on load, which means that your website can access the ACF fields without querying the database each time. This leads to a faster website and a better user experience, especially when dealing with large numbers of ACF fields.
- Export ACF groups into a PHP file
- Automatically include the PHP file on load for faster access to ACF fields
- Reduce database requests related to ACF fields
- Improve website performance and user experience
- After installing the plugin, simply update any of your ACF groups, and the extension will automatically export them into a PHP file and include it on load.
This plugin requires Advanced Custom Fields PRO (ACF PRO) to be installed and activated on your WordPress site.
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- Please make sure that you installed ACF PRO
- Go to plugins in your dashboard and select “Add New”
- Search for “Pineparks – ACF Auto Export to PHP”, Install & Activate it
- Now simply update any of your ACF groups, and the extension will automatically export them into a PHP file and include it on load
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