The order of the items in the category works very well help readers easily find the topics they want to read and increase traffic to your blog. But have you ever noticed the order of items in the category of yourself? If not, today we continue to research a new plugin to help you do this lightly.
If you notice, you will see all the items in the category are arranged in a rule. By default, WordPress will arrange them in order or the order ID Alphabet. If you want this forum on other categories, or you want to change the order of appearance of the categories in the category, you will do?
If you know PHP and structure of WordPress, this is quite simple, but if you do not know, I guarantee you'll encounter many difficulties. But, nothing is impossible. Not only you're using WordPress, but also a community of millions of people are using it. And fortunately there is a plugin to help you do this - My category order.
With My category order, you do not have PHP or research on the structure of WordPress commands anymore, but simply drag and drop. Drag the category you wish to order and drop-out, all there is to it. My category order will help you do all the rest.
The installation and use is very simple.
First, please download this plugin, and unzip it. You will find 2 files are mycategoryorder.php and taxonomy.php.
Mycategoryorder.php upload files to / wp-content/plugins folder and file taxonomy.php / wp-includes the webhost.
Make this plugin active part in the Dasboard of WordPress Plugins, so you have completed the upload and install.
To use this plugin, go to Manage> My Category Order. Here, you just drag the column sort order you want and save those changes back.
Go to Presentation> Widgets, drag the widget into the widget My Category Order instead of the default WordPress category widget and save changes. Now that you have finished your work.
Note: If you are using a theme without widget sidebar, then go to file in the theme you are using, instead of calling the command's default WordPress category using the following command:
wp_list_categories ('orderby = order & optioncount = 1 & hierarchical = 0 & title_li = <h2> Categories </ h2>');
Too simple is not it? Enjoy your achievements go!
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