In Beaver Builder loop syntax, you can do this by [wpbb post:acf type='number' name='group_field_name_sub_field_name']
So basically you can just give the field name with an _ between them. L&L could pick whatever delimiter y’all wanted, but just being able to do <Field group_field_name_sub_field_name /> would be a dream.
Looks like this shortcut of combining parent and child field names with _ is specific to the Group field type.
The Group field uses both the parent and child field names when saving and loading values. For example, a Group field named ‘hero’ with a sub field named ‘image’ will be saved to the database using the meta name ‘hero_image’.
(It might have been better to use double underscores __ to avoid any possible conflict with parent/child fields that include _ in them already. For example, a field called book_author might conflict with a parent field called book with child field author.)
But the Field tag itself has a shortcut for accessing a subfield. It can be seen in some of the field type examples, like:
This shortcut syntax wouldn’t work for repeater or flexible content, because those field types can have more than one child field. Theoretically we could add a field_index attribute to make that possible.
I was looking at my old Topics and I saw this one. @benjamin and for anyone’s general knowledge, you can do it for repeaters too if you specify the row. So like <Field repeater_field_name_0_sub_field_name /> where the 0 is the index of the row you’re pulling (with 0 being the first)