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Order your pages and other hierarchical post types with simple drag and drop right from the standard page list.
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Сортируйте страницы и иерархические типы записей простым перетаскиванием в списке страниц. Details
Order your pages and other hierarchical post types with simple drag and drop right from the standard page list.
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Simple Page Ordering
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Simple Page Ordering Details
Simple Page Ordering
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Plugin name.

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We'd love to have you join in on development over on <a href="https://github.com/10up/simple-page-ordering">GitHub</a>.
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We'd love to have you join in on development over on <a href="https://github.com/10up/simple-page-ordering">GitHub</a>.
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Contributing
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Contributing
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This feature is already built into WordPress natively, but a bit tucked away. If you pull down the "Screen Options" tab up top (on the list of post objects) there's a field where you can specify the number of items to show per page. I decided it was not a very good practice to duplicate this.
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This feature is already built into WordPress natively, but a bit tucked away. If you pull down the "Screen Options" tab up top (on the list of post objects) there's a field where you can specify the number of items to show per page. I decided it was not a very good practice to duplicate this.
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Where 5 is the number of items to batch on each request (the default is 50). Note that this example uses PHP 5.3+ callback functions, so if you're still on PHP 5.2, you'll need to add a traditional callback.
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Where 5 is the number of items to batch on each request (the default is 50). Note that this example uses PHP 5.3+ callback functions, so if you're still on PHP 5.2, you'll need to add a traditional callback.
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This most likely means the AJAX request - the server side code - failed after you dropped the content into the new position. Some shared hosts aggressively time out and limit AJAX requests. Version 2.0 batches these requests so you can try reducing the number of items it updates on each request using a filter in your theme's functions.php or a custom plug-in:
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This most likely means the AJAX request - the server side code - failed after you dropped the content into the new position. Some shared hosts aggressively time out and limit AJAX requests. Version 2.0 batches these requests so you can try reducing the number of items it updates on each request using a filter in your theme's functions.php or a custom plug-in:
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If you want a list of pages or custom post types to display in that defined order, you must change the post query's <code>orderby</code> parameter to <code>menu_order</code> (if it's not already).
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If you want a list of pages or custom post types to display in that defined order, you must change the post query's <code>orderby</code> parameter to <code>menu_order</code> (if it's not already).
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This plug-in doesn't change any <em>behavior</em> on the front end, it simply changes the menu order stored in WordPress.
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This plug-in doesn't change any <em>behavior</em> on the front end, it simply changes the menu order stored in WordPress.
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See the previous two answers - just add <code>page-attributes</code> to the list of supported post type features.
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See the previous two answers - just add <code>page-attributes</code> to the list of supported post type features.
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Finally, you can take advantage of the <code>simple_page_ordering_is_sortable</code> filter, which passes the result of the default check and the post type name, to override default behavior.
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Finally, you can take advantage of the <code>simple_page_ordering_is_sortable</code> filter, which passes the result of the default check and the post type name, to override default behavior.
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Alternatively, when you define the features the post type supports, include <code>page-attributes</code>. This will add a <code>Sort by Order</code> option to the filter links above the drop downs. Once you sort by order, you can drag and drop the content.
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Alternatively, when you define the features the post type supports, include <code>page-attributes</code>. This will add a <code>Sort by Order</code> option to the filter links above the drop downs. Once you sort by order, you can drag and drop the content.
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Ideally, when you register the post type, set <code>hierarchical</code> to <code>true</code> - hierarchical post types natively order by menu order.
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Ideally, when you register the post type, set <code>hierarchical</code> to <code>true</code> - hierarchical post types natively order by menu order.
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Yep. There are two ways to turn on support for Simple Page Ordering.
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Yep. There are two ways to turn on support for Simple Page Ordering.
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Generic posts are not displayed by menu order - they're displayed by chronology. You can theoretically add menu ordering to posts in your code (theme functions.php, plug-in) by using:
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Generic posts are not displayed by menu order - they're displayed by chronology. You can theoretically add menu ordering to posts in your code (theme functions.php, plug-in) by using:
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