Ignition comes with some
Syncing the ACF Field Groups
To edit the fields that come with ignition you will need to sync them to your site. After activating ACF, go to “Field Groups” and click “sync
This gives you a second featured image field that is extremely useful.
You can also choose to show no image if wanted.
You can also choose to override the header with a checkbox. This will reveal the header section if available. The header section allows you to control the header of the page.
This requires you to install ACF Pro as it uses a flexible field. It shows up for single pages and posts and allows clients to add a header to a page. By default, it comes with two kinds of headers that output a type of header layout. You can add your own or change the ones already there. Now clients can control the header of their pages! They can choose to show the title alone, or add some images and text to go with it.
Like header sections, this allows you to add sections or blocks to a page similar to how Gutenberg works. You can add sections of paragraphs and posts, and anything you want to the page instead of using the default editor. You can rearrange the order of the sections and even make your own.
Backup of all the Fields
Just in case you decide to remove ACF or change your theme, you wont easily be able to output all your sections without going through them all in PHP. To save you headache, ignition saves all the sections into one big hidden field call ‘acf_all_sections’. If you need to access the sections for some reason you can grab that.