Simon Rönnqvist wrote:
Hi and thanks for the quick answer!
On Sep 26, 2008, at 07:14 , Jim Gay wrote:
Just to prevent any confusion, its the 'default_order' plugin, not
And take a look at
another way to do it
I think ordering by title is great for a CMS. For a blog it makes
less sense, but Radiant was built first to be a CMS.
OK, so this means that the order of all of the things in the three
would be according to date?
That's not exactly what I was looking for, the best option would be if
only the articles (ie. blog posts/news articles) would be ordered by
date, the rest may well be ordered alphabetically. (Or in fact
ordering by weight would be useful, so that the user could for example
define the order in which the normal (static) pages should appear in
the menu by dragging and dropping them into the right order in the
back-end three. But that's a different story.)
If I'm not wrong, the reorder plugin would help you with that part -
however, it doesn't affect only the admin, it affects the display of
articles on the site also. If you're after that ability, it's exactly
what you should consider using. We have a page in the Summer Reboot
documentation project about the Reorder extension:
http://wiki.radiantcms.org/Reorder - there are some screenshots there
that may give you an idea of what it looks like (in the front-end and
the admin area).
Hope this helps.
9/26/2008 | 2:46 PM.
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