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Ordenación sencilla de pages

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Description

Ordene sus páginas, tips de publicaciones personalized jerárquicas or tips de publicaciones personalized con “atributos de página” con solo arrastrar y soltar directamente de la lista de páginas integrada.

Simply remove and follow the page in the desired position. Are that simple. No hay nuevas páginas de menús de administración, no hay interfaces de usuario complicadas y atornilladas. Simplemente arrastre y suelte in the page or in the pantalla of type of publication.

El complemento es “aware of the capacities”: solo los usuarios con la capacity de editar las páginas de otros (editores y administradores) podrán reorder el contenido.

Se incluye ayuda integrada: simply haga clic en la pestaña “ayuda” en la parte superior derecha de la pantalla.

Tenga en cuenta that the add-in is not compatible with Internet Explorer 7 and earlier versions debido a las limitaciones de esos navegadores.

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Our encantaría that will unite al desarrollo in GitHub .

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Facility

  1. Install the WordPress.org add-ons directory or upload the archives to your server.
  2. Activate the add-in through the “Add-ons” menu in WordPress.
  3. ¡Ponte a trabajar reordenando tu contenido!

Preguntas most frequent

¿Por qué no puedo reordenar mis publicaciones?

Las publicaciones genericas no se muestran por orden de menú, se muestran por cronología. In theory, you can aggregate the order of the menu to the publications in its code (thema functions.php, complemento) using:

add_post_type_support(‘post’, ‘page attributes’);

¿Puedo hacer que mi tipo de publication personalizada aproveche este complemento?

If. Hay dos forms de activar la compatibilidad con el Ordenamiento simple de páginas.

Ideally, when registering the post type, set hierarchical to true – hierarchical post types are natively sorted by menu order.

Alternativement, lorsque vous définissez les fonctionnalités prises en charge par le type de publication, incluez les attributs de page. Cela ajoutera une option Trier par ordre aux liens de filtre au-dessus des listes déroulantes. Une fois que vous avez trié par ordre, vous pouvez faire glisser et déposer le contenu.

Finally, you can take advantage of the simple_page_ordering_is_sortable filter, which passes the result of the default check and the post type name, to override default behavior.

I want my non-hierarchical post type to be sortable. Help!

See the previous two answers – just add page-attributes to the list of supported post type features.

I reordered my posts, but the order didn’t change on the front end of my site!

This plug-in doesn’t change any behavior on the front end, it simply changes the menu order stored in WordPress.

If you want a list of pages or custom post types to display in that defined order, you must change the post query’s order by parameter to menu_order (if it’s not already).

I reordered my content, it seemed to work, but when I refreshed, it went back to the old order!

This most likely means that the AJAX request – the server side code – failed after dropping the content in the new position. Some shared hosts time out aggressively and throttle AJAX requests. Version 2.0 bundles these requests together so you can try to reduce the number of items it updates on each request by using a filter in your theme’s functions.php or a custom plugin:

add_filter( ‘simple_page_ordering_limit’, function($number) { return 5; } );

Où 5 est le nombre d’éléments à regrouper à chaque demande (la valeur par défaut est 50). Notez que cet exemple utilise les fonctions de rappel de PHP 5.3+, donc si vous êtes toujours sur PHP 5.2, vous devrez ajouter un rappel traditionnel.

Qu’est-il arrivé à la liste déroulante qui me permet de modifier le nombre d’éléments sur chaque page de l’administrateur ?

Cette fonctionnalité est déjà intégrée nativement à WordPress, mais un peu cachée. Si vous déroulez l’onglet “Options d’écran” en haut (sur la liste des objets de publication), il y a un champ où vous pouvez spécifier le nombre d’éléments à afficher par page. J’ai décidé que ce n’était pas une très bonne pratique de dupliquer cela.

Comment puis-je exclure certains types de publications personnalisées ?

Custom post types can be excluded using the simple_page_ordering_is_sortable filter.

For example, with exclude_post_type as the custom post type ID, add the following code snippet to the theme function file or custom plugin:

add_filter( ‘simple_page_ordering_is_sortable’, function( $sortable, $post_type ) { if ( ‘excluded_post_type’ === $post_type ) { return false; } return $sortable; }, 10, 2 );

Comments

1285a5dfb23dc021a587379e78a64810

On the first try, it looks good!

astr0wp June 12, 2022

At first shot, looks good, but let’s see how I get on with it first. Thanks

19e16f7ee456467e49521ff8b8bd2a08

Essential functionality

Clarus Dignus April 24, 2022

This plugin doesn’t reinvent the wheel. It uses the existing Pages page in wp-admin. I was previously using the Swifty Page Manager plugin which annoyingly stalls to refresh every time a page is dragged and dropped. The Simple Page Ordering plugin overcomes this annoyance. Not only can this plugin reorder pages, it allows pages to be hierarchically dragged and dropped in or out of parent pages. This functionality should already be part of WordPress core. A plugin shouldn’t be required. Credit to the plugin authors for perfecting WordPress page ordering and for so seamlessly integrating it with wp-admin.

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отвратительный плагин

daniilkozlov1998 April 9, 2022

слетели все ссылки на сайте, спасибо

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Works Perfectly

gerbull001 20 septembre 2021

Avoir un site avec plus de 100 pages, avait besoin d’un moyen de définir visuellement l’attribut menu_order sans avoir à les définir individuellement. Je ne voulais pas non plus compter sur le système d’un autre plugin pour maintenir l’ordre. C’était exactement ce dont j’avais besoin. Merci

da30fc40bf3e246f81b6c4605582c28a

Fait ce qu’il dit, pas de chichi.

Zandiver 8 août 2021

C’est un excellent plugin! Je l’utilise pour organiser les pages dans l’ordre du menu afin qu’elles soient faciles à trouver.

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Résout un besoin très spécifique pour nous!

pila de gravedad 19 avril 2021

We like to organize our pages for our customers using Happy Files. Within each “folder”, we organize our pages either by menu order, or by workflow order, or by order of importance. This makes finding and managing pages super easy for our customers. We couldn’t do it without this plugin. THANK YOU.

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Contributors & Developers

“Simple Page Ordering” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

  • 78f1d9ceab2dbc8f92f875ec1637e2f110up
  • ff6dfb5038ad7aba7c07943d1fa7961dJake Goldman
  • 4fa43ab689984fbeb7792dfa32ead017Ryan Welcher
  • 6506162ada6b700b151ad8a187f65842Helene Hou-Sandi
  • 290becc11a04ac433199464eadca11cdOomph, Inc.
  • 8ac4ec4b1f9cb342e59ed5127f050d24jeffpaul

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Journal des modifications

2.4.1 – 2022-06-21

  • Ajout : domaine de texte manquant dans les chaînes (accessoires @kebbet, @dkotter, @jeffpaul via #92.
  • Corrigé : Condition dans la logique de tri des pages REST dans la méthode rest_page_ordering (accessoires @szepeviktor, @iamdharmesh via #94.
  • Corrigé : normes de codage PHP (accessoires @szepeviktor, @dinhtungdu via #93.
  • Changed: Bump WordPress “tested up to” version to 6.0 (props @peterwilsoncc, @vikrampm1, @Sidsector9, @jeffpaul via #95, #98.
  • Security: Bump grunt from 1.5.2 to 1.5.3 (props @dependabot via #99.

2.4.0 – 2022-04-28

  • Added: REST API for reordering posts: /wp-json/simplepageordering/v1/ (props @rmccue, @ciprianimike, @cadic, @lkraav, @dinhtungdu).
  • Added: REST Endpoint Documentation.
  • Added: Documentation to exclude post types (props @dzulfriday @dinhtungdu, @jeffpaul).
  • Added: PHP8 compatibility testing GitHub Action (props @nomnom99, @dharm1025).
  • Added: Cypress E2E tests (props @dinhtungdu, @dharm1025, @faisal03).
  • Added: Dependency security scanning GitHub Action (props @jeffpaul, @nomnom99).
  • Changed: PLUGIN_VERSION to SIMPLE_PAGE_ORDERING_VERSION (props @dinhtungdu, @dkotter).
  • Changed: Bump WordPress “tested up to” version to 5.9 (props @ankitguptaindia, @phpbits, @sudip-10up).
  • Security: Bump rmccue/requests from 1.7.0 to 1.8.0 (props @dependabot).
  • Security: Bump async from 2.6.3 to 2.6.4 (props @dependabot).

2.3.4 – 2020-04-07

  • Changed: Avoid failed reordering introduced in v2.3.3 when handling a large number of non-hierarchical items (props @dinhtungdu).
  • Changed: Bump WordPress version support to 5.4 (props @tmoorewp).
  • Fixed: Ensure titles of reordered items appear in a human-readable way (props @dinhtungdu).

2.3.3 – 2020-03-04

  • Added: Nonce verify for AJAX requests (props @williampatton, @dtbaker).
  • Changed: Disable Post Revisions now using the correct action of post_updated (props @blue-liquid-designs).
  • Changed: Bump WordPress version “tested up to” 5.3 (props @adamsilverstein, @dinhtungdu).
  • Changed: Documentation updates (props @jeffpaul).
  • Fixed: Mismatched localized data variable name (props @dinhtungdu).
  • Fixed: VIP Go coding standards (props @mrasharirfan, @dinhtungdu, @pereirinha, @brentvr).

2.3.2 – 2018-05-08

  • Added: Allow cancellation of drag operation by pressing escape key.
  • Fixed: Allow form input elements added to a row by plugins to be interacted with.

2.3.1 – 2018-04-13

  • Fixed: Prevent rows with hidden columns from jumping around while dragging.

2.3.0 – 2018-03-05

  • Added: Use WordPress core’s spinner class.
  • Added: Grunt-based build process with Sass.
  • Changed: Use WP_Query instead of get_posts() for better performance.
  • Changed: Remove bundled translations in favor of WordPress.org language packs.
  • Fixed: Avoid exceeding PHP’s max input variables, which could cause incorrectly assigned page order.
  • Fixed: Malformed URL that would take you to posts instead of pages.
  • Fixed: PHPDoc and coding standards to align with 10up’s Engineering Best Practices.

2.2.4 – 2015-02-08

  • Fixed: Redundant URL encoding when sorting in admin page list.

2.2.3 – 2014-09-27

  • Fixed: Ordering in WordPress 4.0 following core changes to ORDER BY in WP_Query.

2.2.2 – 2014-08-19

  • Added: German localization (props @glueckpress).
  • Fixed: Column widths no longer change when dragging a row (partial props @griffinjt).
  • Security: Closed obscure XSS vulnerability related to Sort by Order link (props @simon-waters).

2.2.1 – 2014-05-31

  • Added: Brazilian translation (props @felds).
  • Fixed: Bring back translations / text domain (yikes!).

2.2.0 – 2014-04-06

  • Changed: Look and feel to better match WordPress 3.8 admin redesign.
  • Changed: Improved awareness of and compatibility with Quick Edit (inline editor).
  • Fixed: Prevent collisions with themes and plugins bundling Simple Page Ordering.

2.1.2 – 2013-05-30

  • Fixed: Hierarchical custom post types without page-attributes was still broken – doh!
  • Fixed: Extreme edge case where post columns did not include the post title now supported.

2.1.1 – 2013-05-27

  • Fixed: custom post types with page-attributes or hierarchical properties, but not both, breaking ordering.

2.1.0 – 2013-05-19

  • Added: Awareness of custom user capabilities for post types, in addition to a filter (simple_page_ordering_edit_rights) for overriding reordering rights (previously used edit_others_pages globally).
  • Added: Awareness of custom post statuses (so they are not skipped during backend ordering operation).
  • Changed: UI refinements: Better “spinner” positioning (and HiDPI), translucent row when moving, improved appearance of “drop” placeholder, wait till row dragged by at least 5px to start sorting.
  • Changed: Major JavaScript refactoring and simplification (combined with new stylesheet) for better performance.

2.0.0 – 2012-11-12

  • Added: Drag pages into any part of the page hierarchy! No longer limited to same branch of tree!
  • Added: Big performance improvements under the hood: leaner queries, batched requests, less processing.
  • Added: New filters and hooks to extend / override default functionality.
  • Changed: Scales much more reliably in situations with very high page counts due to batching of requests.
  • Changed: Order of the first page is now set to “1” instead of “0”, so pages added after ordering are added at the top (instead of second).
  • Changed: Removed “number of pages” drop down, which is repetitive of a field accessible under Screen Options.
  • Changed: Improved compatibility with newer versions of WordPress.

1.0.0 – 2011-07-04

  • Added: Support for ordering non-hierarchical post types that have “page-attributes” support.
  • Added: New filter link for “Sort by Order” to restore (hierarchical) or set (non-hierarchical, page attributes support) post list sort to menu order.
  • Changed: Users are now forced to wait for current sort operation to finish before they can sort another item.
  • Changed: Smarter about “not sortable” view states.
  • Changed: Localization ready! Rough Spanish translation included.
  • Changed: Assorted other performance and code improvements.
  • Fixed: Unexpected page ordering results when pages have not been explictly ordered yet (sorts by menu_order, then title, not just menu_order).
  • Fixed: “Per page” drop down filter selection not saving between page loads (was broken in 3.1).
  • Fixed: Items are always ordered with positive integers (potential negative sort orders had some performance benefits in last version, but sometimes caused issues).

0.9.6 – 2011-04-04

  • Fixed: for broken inline editing (quick edit) fields in Firefox.

0.9.5 – 2011-03-27

  • Changed: Smarter awareness of “sorted” modes in WordPress 3.1 (can only use when sorted by menu order).
  • Changed: Smarter awareness of “quick edit” mode (can’t drag).
  • Changed: Generally simplified / better organized code.

0.9.0 – 2010-12-29

  • Added: Further directions in the plug-in description (some users were confused about how to use it).
  • Added: Basic compatibility with 3.1 RC (prevent clashes with post list sorting).
  • Changed: “Move” cursor only set if JavaScript enabled.
  • Fixed: Page count display always showing “0” on non-hierarchical post types (Showing 1-X of X).
  • Fixed: Hidden menu order not updating after sort (causing Quick Edit to reset order when used right after sorting).

0.8.4 – 2010-08-24

  • Changed: Loosened constraints on drag and drop to ease dropping into top and bottom position.
  • Changed: Improved some terminology (with custom post types in mind).
  • Fixed: Row background staying “white” after dropping into a new position.
  • Fixed: Double border on the bottom of the row while dragging.

0.8.2 – 2010-08-21

  • Changed: Simplified code – consolidated hooks.
  • Changed: Updated version requirements.

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Organizing Your WordPress Pages with Folders

Wicked Folders makes it easy to organize your WordPress pages into folders.

To get started, simply go to the Pages screen in your WordPress admin site.  Use the Folder Pane on the left-hand side to add, edit and delete folders (if you don’t see the Folder Pane, click the “Toggle Folders” link in the admin menu on the side of the screen).

NOTE: When you navigate to a folder, Wicked Folders saves the selected folder in the session and returns you to that folder the next time you visit the Pages screen.

Adding, Editing, and Deleting Folders

Use the toolbar at the top of the Folder Pane to add, edit, and delete folders.  To add a new folder, click the “plus” icon, give the folder a name, and optionally select a parent folder that you’d like to place it in.  Don’t worry, you can always change the folder’s parent later by dragging it into a different folder.

To rename a folder, navigate to the folder by clicking on it.  Click the “pencil” icon to display the “Edit Folder” pane where you can change the folder’s name and parent.  Click the “Save” button to save your changes.

To delete a folder, navigate to the folder by clicking on it and then click the “trash can” icon.  A confirmation message will be displayed to confirm that you’d like to delete the folder.  Click the “Delete” button to delete the folder.

NOTE: Deleting a folder will not delete any items within the folder.  If the folder contains sub folders, they will be assigned to the deleted folder’s parent folder.

Adding Pages to Folders

Once you’ve created some folders, you can move pages into them by dragging and dropping the pages.  To do this, hover over the page you want to move.  You’ll see a move icon appear to the left of the page’s name.  Click on the icon and drag the page to the folder that you’d like to move the page to.

To bulk move pages to a folder, tick the checkbox next to the pages you’d like to move, and then click and drag the move icon next to any of the pages.

HINT: To select multiple pages at once, check the box next to the first page and then hold the Shift key and check the box next to the last page in the group.

Organizing Your Page Folders

To reorganize your folders, simply drag and drop them.  Note: alternatively you can organize folders by selecting a folder, clicking the “pencil” icon to edit the folder, and then assigning a new parent to the folder.

Adding Pages to Multiple Folders

To add a page to multiple folders (as opposed to a single folder), simply hold the Shift key when dragging and dropping the page into a folder and repeat the process for each folder you’d like to add the page to.  This will place the page in the selected folder while also keeping it in any previously-assigned folders.  Note that this does not duplicate the page; it simply creates a reference to the same page in multiple folders.

Alternatively, you can add a page to multiple folders by editing the page and selecting the desired folders in the “Page Folders” box in the right sidebar.

The Easiest Way to Reorder Pages in WordPress

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Pages are those parts of WordPress that are often used to provide content that is displayed along the top navigation bar. These pages often host things such as contact, about and other static information. They do not belong to a category and are able to be seen when the visitor is on any part of the website.

When WordPress aligns these pages across navigational areas, it uses a hierarchical alignment. This means that users can set which page comes first in a particular order. Otherwise, the system will arrange them either by date published or alphabetical order – whichever your default installation uses. What if you want to arrange them in a specific way?

Reordering Directly in WordPress Dashboard

To change the order of pages in WordPress:

  1. Go to any page on your website.
  2. Use the Screen Options to drop down the control window.
  3. Choose the “Page Attributes” checkbox.
  4. Change the number box under “Order” to adjust the position. The lowest numbers are first.
  5. Click the “Update” or “Publish” button on the page.

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Before continuing, you need to make sure you have all available tools ready. Go into any one of your pages. Once you’re looking at the editor, look at the top right-hand side of the dashboard.

There should be a tab that reads, “Screen Options” just below your login name. When you click it, you’ll see a variety of checkboxes that show which tools are visible. There should be a box labeled “Page Attributes.”

Clicking this box will cause WordPress to display the controls for that tool.

Ok, you can continue reading now.

Editing From the Page

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From the dashboard, select “Pages” on the left side navigation bar. This will take you to all of the pages you’ve created. Click on any one of these titles. For the moment, it really doesn’t matter which one. You may already be here if you followed my advice before about turning on the attributes tool.

Once the page opens, look on the right side of your screen. See where “Page Attributes” is at? Under that tab is a list of functions: “Parent,” “Template,” and “Order.” In the box under “Order,” you can put in a numerical value of how you want the page to appear.

For Example: Leaving it as “0” means that this will be the first page in your list. If more pages are set to “0” as well, then the hierarchy will either be publish date or alphabetical. If you put a “1” in this box, all pages that are “0” will come before it. This allows WordPress to reorder pages in chronological order according to what you want to display.

Once you hit update, all of your settings are saved.

Editing From Quick Edit of the Page

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The WordPress quick edit feature provides access to the administrative parts of the page. Cuando pasa el cursor sobre el título de una página sin acceder à ella, se mostrarán algunos enlaces debajo del number del título, uno de los cuales dirá “Edición rápida”. No muestra el contenido, solo la información de publication. In the column of herramientas in el lado derecho, puede cambiar el orden de la página como mencionó anteriormente de la misma manera.

Add-ons to rearrange pages

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Not all WordPress installations have access to attributes for a particular page. If this is the case, it is possible that you will need to install a complement that could help rearrange the pages. Aquí hay algunos complementos populares que pueden resultarle útiles.

1. Single Page Pedido

Este complemento permite a los usuarios simplye arrastrar y soltar páginas en cualquier orden. Es una herramienta fácil que ne requiere mucho talento ni experiencia en programming.

2. View of the CMS tree page

The view of the CMS Arbol page is an elaborate herramienta that the mostrará el árbol de cómo organizes the pages and the personalized publications. Proporciona edición y adición, además de reorganizar el flujo de contenido. Just enable the installation of this add-on for WordPress and reorder the pages as they came.

3. Order of CMS pages

Another easy to use method to rearrange pages and use CMS page order. Al igual que los complementos anteriores, le permite reordenar utilizando un método de arrastrar y soltar. Without embargo, your additional characteristics as the maximum level of improvement and compatibility with WPML.

¿Cuál de estos metodos es el better para usar en su sitio? A la hora de reordenar tus páginas, ¿qué herramienta utilizas? Already a comment on the sequel and the help of others to learn the maravilloso mundo of WordPress.

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