get_field_objects()

Description

Returns the settings of all fields saved on a specific post.

Each field contains many settings such as a label, name and type. This function can be used to load these settings as an array along with the field’s value.

Parameters

get_field_objects( [$post_id = false], [$format_value = true], [$load_value = true] );
  • $post_id (mixed) (Optional) The post ID where the value is saved. Defaults to the current post.
  • $format_value (bool) (Optional) Whether to apply formatting logic. Defaults to true.
  • $load_value (bool) (Optional) Whether to load the fieldโ€™s value. Defaults to true.

Return

(array) This function will return an array looking something like the following. Please note that each field contains unique settings.

array(
    "my_field" => array(
        'ID'                => 0,
        'key'               => '',
        'label'             => '',
        'name'              => '',
        'prefix'            => '',
        'type'              => 'text',
        'value'             => null,
        'menu_order'        => 0,
        'instructions'      => '',
        'required'          => 0,
        'id'                => '',
        'class'             => '',
        'conditional_logic' => 0,
        'parent'            => 0,
        'wrapper'           => array(
            'width'             => '',
            'class'             => '',
            'id'                => ''
        )
    ),
    ...
);

Examples

Display all fields labels and values

This example shows how to load all fields and display their labels and values.

<?php
$fields = get_field_objects();
if( $fields ): ?>
    <ul>
        <?php foreach( $fields as $field ): ?>
            <li><?php echo $field['label']; ?>: <?php echo $field['value']; ?></li>
        <?php endforeach; ?>
    </ul>
<?php endif; ?>

Display all fields labels and values from a specific post

This example shows how to load all fields and display their labels and values from the post with ID = 123.

<?php
$fields = get_field_objects( 123 );
if( $fields ): ?>
    <ul>
        <?php foreach( $fields as $field ): ?>
            <li><?php echo $field['label']; ?>: <?php echo $field['value']; ?></li>
        <?php endforeach; ?>
    </ul>
<?php endif; ?>

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