ReOrder Post Within Categories

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Sort Post and Custom Post Type through drag & drop interface of selected category (or custom taxonomies).

Author:Aurorata V. (profile at wordpress.org)
WordPress version required:4.4
WordPress version tested:5.7.0
Plugin version:2.9.3
Added to WordPress repository:17-12-2012
Last updated:01-06-2020
Rating, %:92
Rated by:52
Plugin URI:https://github.com/aurovrata/ReOrder-posts-wi...
Total downloads:180 175
Active installs:8 000+
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Due to a bug in WordPress core, archive taxonomy queries are not being ranked properly on the front end. If your posts are not being ranked on your front-end site please read this thread for more information.

v2.3 is now multi-post taxonomy enabled. A taxonomy registered with multiple post types can has its term’s posts in each type ranked manually and separately.

UPGRADE NOTE if you are upgrading from v1.x, your old ranking data remains unaffected in the custom table used by the v1.x plugin. However, in v2.x all the ranking is now stored as post meta. While upgrading, some users have complained of missing posts/lost rankings. If this is the case, you can reset your order for given term using the reset checkbox/button provided in the admin page (see screenshot #4). It will reload the ranking from the v1.x custom table. For more details please read this post.

If your term was not sorted in the v1.x table or you are upgrading from v2.0.x or v2.1.x, then the reset button will reload the post order as per the default WP post table listing, which can be changed using the filtrs provided (see FAQ #7).

ReOrder Post Within Categories is used to sort posts (and custom post type) in any custom order by drag & drop interface.
It works with a selected category, each category can have different order of same post.

New enhanced version 2.0 with grid-layout and multi-drag interface to ease sorting of large list of posts. Makes use of SortableJS plugin. If you are using this plugin for a commercial website, please consider making a donation to the authors of the SortableJS plugin to continue its development.

Thanks to

Nikita Spivak for the Russian translation.
Tor-Bjorn Fjellner for the swedish translation and i18n clean-up.
alekseo for support for the plugin.
Andrei Negrea for post delete bug fix.


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