Hi @Emmanuel, thank you for helping again!
I am not quite sure if I understand all of your questions, but I will try to elaborate:
I have a static index.html page, set as the master page. On this page are several images that were created with the ‘Image Element’ in Webflow.
When I export the code from Webflow and set up everything up in Pinegrow, these images are still displaying exactly like they were in Webflow. But at this point they are still static elements, meaning, the user would not be able to replace such images.
To make these images replaceable, (same as I am making text areas etc editable), I installed the ACF Plugin, added a new field group, added in this field group a custom field ‘image’ and chose under ‘Field type’: ‘image’. Then I made sure that this custom field will be displayed in the Gutenberg Editor for my index.html page (where the user would then be able to pick any image from the library to be displayed)
Then in Pinegrow, I selected the Image Element, and chose the ‘Display ACF Field’ (same way as I would do it with text elements) but even after saving and exporting the theme, the image will not be replaced on the front end.
I know there are several parameters I have to select for the ‘Display ACF Field’ action. I guess the important one for my case is what to choose for ‘replace’. And then in the ACF plugin (in the WP Dashboard) I can also choose the return format. I experimented around with both of these values a lot, but didn’t get any to work for me.
The alternative I tried is making the image element editable via the customizer. So in Pinegrow I added a Customizer Section, and then selected the image element and added a Customizer Field and choose for ‘edit’ : ‘Image’
But same thing here, if I go into the WP Customizer and choose an image, it does not actually show up on the front end. The old ‘static’ image is still being displayed instead.
I would rather have the ACF option work, since I use ACF field for various other elements too. But somehow don’t get the Webflow image Element to work.
Here are some screenshots. I can also send you my test page via email if you want to see that