Simple Page Ordering: How to Organize WordPress Pages with Drag & Drop
Hi could someone on staff direct me to an article (if one exists) that will help me find a plugin to organize my posts better. I don’t even know what to search for in my plugin search box, but basically I want to have several items on my menu such as
cuisine, travel, crafts, etc.
Then when I create a blog post relevant to that menu topic, I want to post it under that menu title. I was wondering is it possible to not only do this, but also put the post on a main feed on the front page as well? So the post would show up under the menu area and also the main feed.
I’ve seen other blogs that do this on their sites to some degree, however I’m on the “shoe-string” budget plan right now and need to figure out a way to NOT hire a developer to do this for me.
Any help would be fantastic…
Thanks so much!
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:
It’s rather simple really – once you install the plugin, you can begin using it. If you’re a content creator, you can upload text, images, videos, and audio at the click of a button. Then you can organize everything you upload into neat subfolders. For instance, you can create a media folder, content folder, and image folder, then have them all organized by date. It has a drag and drop interface, making it user-friendly for everyone. It’s like having your own media library at your own disposal. You can create this media library for yourself or others – it’s perfect for website owners and content professionals!
How to Organize WordPress Pages with Drag and Drop
There are times when you want to change the order of pages in your admin view. This can easily be done using a plugin. In this video we will show you how to organize WordPress pages with drag and drop.
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: