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[Resolved] Using different format with Divi Field value

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Last updated by Minesh 3 years, 11 months ago.

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#1621637

Tell us what you are trying to do?
So I am trying to use a toolset custom field within a divi module field. I know there used to be a method of getting custom fields or values in a module with a format like this:
{!{wpv-post-excerpt item="@featured-post.parent" length="45" count="word" more="..."}!}

Where instead of using the brackets typical shortcode format. Is there a way to get this format to work with custom fields so something like this?
{!{wpcf-CUSTOMEFIELDSLUG output='raw'}!}

The reason is I am using a dynamic template within divi to have all of my posts fit a format. I know Toolset has the ability to do this, but I would rather try to use Divi as it is used for all other templates for the site.

#1622733

Minesh
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Hello. Thank you for contacting the Toolset support.

There is no alternate way to display that shortcode.

There are two ways you can display custom fields. Using Types shortcode:

{!{types field='your-field-slug' output='raw'}!}{!{/types}!}

OR
You could try:

{!{wpv-post-field name='wpcf-CUSTOMEFIELDSLUG'}!}
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