If multiple taxonomies are created for a custom post type, a menu will allow to chose the one need to be sorted. If child categories (terms) are defined, those can be ordered too using the same interface.
Also you can have the admin terms interface sorted per your new sort.
This plugin is developed by Nsp-Code
See the Advanced Taxonomy Terms Order for advanced features.
Available in English, Dutch, French, Deutch, Slovak, Japanese, Traditional Chinese, Brazilian Portuguese, Hungarian, Ukrainian, Czech and Romanian
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taxonomy-terms-orderfolder to your
- Activate the plugin from Admin > Plugins menu.
- Once activated you should check with Settings > Taxonomy Terms Order
- Use the Taxonomy Order link which appears in each post type section to make your sort.
Feel free to contact me at email@example.com
Since I have no PHP knowledge at all, is this plugin for me?
Absolutely, you can!
Unlike many other plugins, you don’t have to do any code changes to make your post order to apply, accordingly to custom-defined order. There is an option to auto-update the WordPress queries so the posts will be returned in customised order. This can be turned off (Autosort) to allow customized code usage.
I prefer to apply the sort through code, how can this be done?
Include a ‘orderby’ => ‘term_order’ within your get_terms() arguments.
What taxonomies will allow me to sort?
You can sort ALL taxonomies ( hierarhically active ), including the default Categories.
Is there any way I can get my admin interface to use the custom terms order?
Absolutely, the plugin can do that. In fact you can configure so only the admin will update and the front side template will display the terms as before.
There is a feature that I want implemented, can you do something about it?
All ideas are welcome and I will put them on my list to be implemented into the new versions. Although this may take time, if you are in a rush please consider a small donation and we can arrange something.
I still need more features
Consider upgrading to our advanced version of this plugin at a very resonable price Advanced Taxonomy Terms Order Order
Contributors and Developers
“Category Order and Taxonomy Terms Order” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
“Category Order and Taxonomy Terms Order” has been translated into 23 locales. Thank you to the translators for their contributions.
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- Add the required column when create a new site, when running under MultiSite environment.
- Create the required columns for all sites, when running under MultiSite environment.
- Compatibility tag update for WordPress 6.0.1
- Compatibility tag update for WordPress 6.0
- Readme file updates, typos fixes.
- Compatibility tag update for WordPress 5.9.1
- Remove Twitter button
- Compatibility tag update for WordPress 5.8.2
- Minor code updates
- Code cleanup
- Compatibility tag update for WordPress 5.8.1
- Clear the term cache to ensure the updated order reflect for certain caches
- Apply the order within admin if ignore_term_order argument is set and not true
- Compatibility tag update for WordPress 5.7
- Fix: Call to undefined function wc_get_attribute_taxonomies()
- Compatibility tag update for WordPress 5.6
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- Compatibility tag update for WordPress 5.3
- Ignore WooCOmmerce Attributes order as being changed through default interface
- Rely on ‘terms_clauses’ filter than ‘get_terms_orderby’ as producing issues with the $maybe_orderby_meta backward compatibility.
- Fix WooCommerce category order apply
- Ignore admin sort when using columns order within Taxonomy interface
- Replaced serialize with JSON when saving terms order
- New filter to/get_terms_orderby/ignore to allow sort ignore when Autosort is turned On
- Addon code to ignore term_order sorting when Co-Authors plugin term query
- Add nonce field for Ajax sort update
- Use JSON instead of serialise method when sending order through Ajax
- Updated PO language file
- Default admin capability changed from install_plugins to manage_options to prevent DISALLOW_FILE_MODS issue. https://wordpress.org/support/topic/plugin-breaks-when-disallow_file_mods-is-set-to-true/
- Prepare plugin for Composer package
- Interface table th elements titles left align
- Interface Taxonomy terms count fix
- Included ‘ignore_term_order’ to force menu_order ignore when autosort active.
- Translations issues update
- Remove translations from the package
- Removed donate banner
- PHP 7 fix
- Unused action remove
- textdomain folder fix
- Translation fix for user roles
- the_title filter replaced with terms_walker
- Add Nonce for admin settings
- Texdomain change to taxonomy-terms-order to allow translations through translate.wordpress.org
- WordPress 4.4 compatibility update
- CSS updates
- Security bug fix
- Translation textdomain fix – thanks to Pedro Mendonça
- Portuguese localisation update – Pedro Mendonça
- User role switch from deprecated user_level to capabilities
- Taxonomy sort for media
- Admin Options update
- Iranian Language (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Admin CSS updates.
- Polish Language (Pozdrawiam – www.difreo.pl/ ; Mateusz – www.czar-net.com )
- Hungarian Language (Adam Laki – http://codeguide.hu/)
- Ukrainian translation (Michael Yunat – http://getvoip.com)
- Czech translation
- Brazilian Portuguese Language (Rafael Forcadell – www.rafaelforcadell.com.br)
- Traditional Chinese Language (Danny – http://sofree.cc)
- Minor admin styling
- Menu walker update
- Translations load fix
- Japanese language
- Headers already sent bug fix
- Slovak Language (Branco Slovak http://webhostinggeeks.com/user-reviews/)
- Small updates
- German and French languages.
- Localisation implement, Dutch and Romanian.
- Many thanks to Anja Fokker http://www.werkgroepen.net/