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The Easiest Way to Rearrange Pages in WordPress

By / Kaumil Patel WordPress Customization

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Pages are the parts of WordPress that are often used to provide content displayed along the top navigation bar. These pages often host information such as contacts, about information, and other static information. They do not belong to any category and are visible when the visitor is anywhere on the site.

When WordPress aligns these pages in navigation areas, it uses hierarchical alignment. This means that users can define which page appears first in a particular order. Otherwise, the system will organize them by release date or alphabetically, depending on your default installation. What if you want to organize them in a specific way?

Reorganize directly in the WordPress dashboard

To change the order of pages in WordPress:

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

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Before proceeding, you should ensure that all available tools are ready. Enter any of your pages. Once you’re looking at the editor, look to the top right of the dashboard.

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

By clicking on this box, WordPress will display the commands for this tool.

Ok, you can continue reading now.

Edit from page

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Desde el tablero, seleccione “Páginas” en la barra de navegación del lado izquierdo. Esto lo llevará a todas las páginas que ha creado. Haga clic en cualquiera de estos títulos. Por el momento, realmente no importa cuál. Es posible que ya esté aquí si siguió mi consejo antes sobre cómo activar la herramienta de atributos.

Una vez que se abra la página, mire en el lado derecho de su pantalla. ¿Ves dónde está “Atributos de página”? Debajo de esa pestaña hay una lista de funciones: “Padre”, “Plantilla” y “Pedido”. En el cuadro debajo de “Ordenar”, puede ingresar un valor numérico de cómo desea que aparezca la página.

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 quick edit feature for WordPress gives you access to the administrative portions of the page. When you hover over a title of a page without accessing it, few links will show below the title name – one of which will read “Quick edit.” It doesn’t show the content, only the publishing information. In the column of tools on the right side, you can change the order of the page as mentioned earlier in the same fashion.

Plugins to Reorder Pages

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Not every installation of WordPress has access to the attributes of any given page. If this is the case, then you may need to install a plugin that can help you reorder the pages. Here are a few popular plugins that you may find useful.

1.Simple Page Ordering

This plugin allows users to simply drag-and-drop pages into any order. It’s an easy tool that doesn’t require a great deal of talent nor programming experience.

2. CMS Tree Page View

The CMS Tree Page View is an elaborate tool that will show you the tree of how pages and custom posts are arranged. It provides editing as well as adding in addition to rearranging the flow of content. Simply activate the installation of this plugin for WordPress and reorder pages to how you want them to look.

3. CMS Page Order

Another easy-to-use method for rearranging pages is by using CMS Page Order. Like the previous plugins, it allows you to reorder using a drag-and-drop method. However, it has additional features such as maximum nesting levels and supporting WPML.

Which of these methods is the best to use for your site? When it comes to reordering your pages, what tool do you use? Leave a comment below and help others learn the wonderful world of WordPress.

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How To Reorder Standard & Custom Post Type Posts In WordPress

Last updated on: September 30, 2019

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Ever since I started developing WordPress 3+ themes and using custom post types for things such as portfolios, services, faqs, staff, sliders..etc, I’ve been getting a lot of questions from people asking me how they can rearrange the order of their published posts. Unfortunately it’s not very obvious how to do this in WordPress and there isn’t a very easy and manageable way.

In the following post I’ll show you how you can e-order your custom posts using two different methods: changing the post date of your custom post or using a super awesome free WordPress plugin called “Post Type Order”.

Method 1: Change Post Date

The first method of changing your posts order is by changing the published dates of your posts. Most the time themes will use the default order_by => date argument in their themes so custom posts will show up in the order in which they were published (but it’s not always the case). To alter the post date simply click “quick edit” on any post in the dashboard and alter the date using the fields then click “update“.

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Method 2: Altering the “Menu Order” position

If the custom post type (subscribe and checkout) supports the “menu_order” function, you can also change the order by changing this value. For example, in our Total WordPress theme, we enabled it for all built-in post types, making it easy to control your post type order for the front-end.

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Method 3: Using Post Type Order Plugin

My favorite way to change the order of your posts is to use the “Post Type Order Plugin”. This plugin will allow you to easily move your publications by drag and drop.

Plugin Page Method 4: Using the pre_get_posts Filter

If you want to rearrange your posts via code, that’s also very easy and you’ll want to use the pre_get_posts action in WordPress to do that. Click on the link above for more information. If you prefer to learn from an example, take a look below!

function wpex_order_category($query) { // output if admin or not main query if ( is_admin() || ! $query->is_main_query() ) { return; } // order category archives by title in ascending order if (is_category()) { $query->set(‘order’, ‘asc’); $query->set(‘orderby’, ‘title’); come back; } } add_action( ‘pre_get_posts’, ‘wpex_order_category’, 1 );

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Article written by AJ Clarke WPExplorer.com Staff

How to Rearrange the Order of Your Website’s Pages

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  • How to Rearrange the Order of Your Website’s Pages

You can change the order of your website pages at any time.

How to Rearrange the Order of Your Website’s Pages

  • Click Control Panel
  • Click Design Elements
  • Click Menus and Pages
  • Go to the Header tab to see the order of the pages
  • Drag and drop the page(s) into this section
  • Click Save
  • Click Close

Updated: 5 years ago

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