Read about Tom McFarlin's experience using ACF Custom Database Tables for normalising ACF data

For those who love to do it all, creating a table schema, writing the code to create the table, and begin testing writing and reading data to it from ACF – not to mention all of the validation and sanitization needed – sounds like a fun technical problem to solve.

But when working under ‘real world’ constraints, we’re far more limited. After a lot of research (and seriously considering just doing it myself 🙃) I ended up using ACF Custom Database Tables.

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About the author

Phil Kurth is a WordPress developer based in Melbourne, Australia. Phil has built countless ACF-powered websites & systems for businesses & agencies of all different sizes. Phil is the author of the popular ACF Custom Database Tables plugin and when he isn’t working he enjoys spending time outdoors with his two young sons.

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