This plugin allows you to upload image examples to your uploads directory so that your clients (or users) can see
an example of what the ACF Flexible Content Layout looks like in the page editor before they select it. This modifies
the existing tooltip to display an image.
Be sure to review the INSTALLATION guide!
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- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Upload JPG images of your flexible content layouts into your uploads/acf-fc-layouts directory.
NOTE: The name of the image should be the name of the flexible layout with the “.jpg” extension.
For example, if you have a layout “Hero”, then you must upload “hero.jpg” into upload-dir/acf-fc-layouts.
Another example, if you have a layout titled “Content row with side image”, then you must name the image “content-row-with-side-image.jpg”
- What types of images are allowed?
Currently, only jpeg. The file extension must be “jpg” — all lowercase. Example: hero.jpg
- Why isn’t this more dynamic?
I don’t have the time. It’s on my todo list; feel free to contribute!
- I have a question
Please submit a support post.
- I want to contribute
Awesome! Fork the git repo here https://github.com/robertark/ACF-Flexible-Content-Layout-Previews and submit a pull request when ready!
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- Initial release