Reply To: Recipe for displaying site field sets?

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Michelle # Posted on June 29, 2013 at 4:14 am
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Okay, I’ve made a bit of progress. Using this code within the foreach loop, I can get an img tag to spit out:

echo $wf->site->field(“footer_icons.logo_image”);

BUT, the path to the image is incorrect – it doesn’t account for me working on a Windows localhost/WAMP installation and uses backslashes instead of forward slashes for the latter half of the URL:

http://localhost/webber/wp/wp-content/mp/uploads%5Csite%5Cimages%5Clogo-ut-austin.v1.gif

Any ideas? Thank you!

(PS I have updated to the latest beta to see if that fixed it but nothing changed.)

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