Nsp Code https://www.nsp-code.com Premium WordPress Development Sat, 14 Apr 2018 18:38:56 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.5 How to sort posts automatically by a Last Name included in title https://www.nsp-code.com/sort-posts-automatically-last-name-included-title/ https://www.nsp-code.com/sort-posts-automatically-last-name-included-title/#respond Wed, 11 Apr 2018 19:27:36 +0000 https://www.nsp-code.com/?p=15288 Automated sorting is always a fast way to maintain ordering without any admin intervention Automatic Order. In this particular scenario, the post titles include a person full name, we need to use the last name to create an automatic ordering. Once we set-up a sort, we switch to Automatic Order and use the Custom Function […]

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Automated sorting is always a fast way to maintain ordering without any admin intervention Automatic Order.

In this particular scenario, the post titles include a person full name, we need to use the last name to create an automatic ordering.

Once we set-up a sort, we switch to Automatic Order and use the Custom Function Callback functionality.

 

In this example the callback function name is called “custom_sorting_function_sort_by_last_name”, this should be placed in above field. The function should be included within theme functions.php or a custom plugin:

function custom_sorting_function_sort_by_last_name( $posts_list, $sort_view_id, $orderBy, $query)
        {
            $list_map   =   array();
            foreach($posts_list  as  $object_id)
                {
                    $object =   get_post($object_id);
                    
                    $name   =   explode(" ", $object->post_title);
                    
                    //remove empty spaces
                    $name   =   array_filter($name);
                    
                    if ( count  ($name)  > 0 )
                        {
                            end($name);
                            $list_map[$object_id]   =   current($name);
                        }
                }
                 
            //sort the dates ascending
            asort($list_map);
             
            $post_list  =   array_keys($list_map);
                 
            return $post_list;  
        }

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Sort post objects assigned to a taxonomy terms but not it’s children https://www.nsp-code.com/sort-post-objects-assigned-taxonomy-terms-not-children/ https://www.nsp-code.com/sort-post-objects-assigned-taxonomy-terms-not-children/#respond Mon, 12 Mar 2018 16:34:38 +0000 https://www.nsp-code.com/?p=15146 Per WordPress Codex when creating a custom query, and request objects which belong to a specific term, direct assigned objects will be included. Also all other objects which belong to child terms related to queried term will be returned too. This is the default behavior observed within WordPress dashboard, when filter for a specific category, […]

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Per WordPress Codex when creating a custom query, and request objects which belong to a specific term, direct assigned objects will be included. Also all other objects which belong to child terms related to queried term will be returned too. This is the default behavior observed within WordPress dashboard, when filter for a specific category, all posts assigned to the term and it’s child will be show.

For example, we have a Blog category and a child Subcategory.

When filter for posts which are assigned to Blog, the dashboard also include posts assigned to it’s child Subcategory:

From above image, it can be seen that actually only 3 posts are direct objects of Blog category.

The explained practice works quite well in custom codes (themes and plugins), is the default way WordPress Query core works. The Advanced Post Types Order plugin, does just that and follow the standards.

What if we need to sort only object assigned to a taxonomy term but not it’s children?

The WordPress Codex mention a special parameter to make that happen, called include_children. This is set to TRUE as default, if being used within a custom query as FALSE, it returns only direct objects only.
The Advanced Post Types Order plugin include support for such parameter, so it let to chose through the sort settings if the children are actually required to be show, on not. Depending on the setting, the sort list include (or not) the children objects and it will apply on front side for queries which match that parameter, accordingly.

Here’s a sample code which use the include_children:

    $args = array(
                'post_type'                 => 'post',
                'tax_query'                 => array(
                                                array(
                                                    'taxonomy'          => 'category',
                                                    'field'             => 'term_id',
                                                    'terms'             => array(2),
                                                    'include_children'  =>  FALSE
                                                    )
                                                )
                );

    $query = new WP_Query($args);

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How to randomize the first 10 posts in a manually sorted list https://www.nsp-code.com/randomize-first-10-posts-manually-sorted-list/ https://www.nsp-code.com/randomize-first-10-posts-manually-sorted-list/#respond Wed, 07 Mar 2018 22:02:04 +0000 https://www.nsp-code.com/?p=15129 The first step will be to create a sort which match a specif area of the site. Any sort type can be used either simple sort or mix of taxonomies and post types. Further, the following code should be placed inside theme functions.php or a custom plugin. The $SORT_TO_MATCH ne to be changed with the […]

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The first step will be to create a sort which match a specif area of the site. Any sort type can be used either simple sort or mix of taxonomies and post types.

Further, the following code should be placed inside theme functions.php or a custom plugin. The $SORT_TO_MATCH ne to be changed with the sort ID previously created, also $RANDOMIZE_FIRST_X_POSTS should contain the number of posts to randomize:

    add_filter('apto_get_order_list', 'custom_apto_get_order_list', 10, 2);
    function custom_apto_get_order_list( $order_list, $sort_view_id )
        {
            
            $SORT_TO_MATCH              =   121;
            $RANDOMIZE_FIRST_X_POSTS    =   10;
            
            $sort_view_post =   get_post( $sort_view_id );
            
            if ( $sort_view_post->post_parent   !=  $SORT_TO_MATCH)
                return $order_list;
            
            //randomize the first 10 posts
            $slice  =   array_slice( $order_list, 0, $RANDOMIZE_FIRST_X_POSTS);
            shuffle( $slice );
            
            //add the values
            foreach  ( array_values($slice) as $key    =>  $value)
                {
                    $order_list[$key]   =   $value;
                }
            
            return $order_list;
        }

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Update the sorts when changing the site default language https://www.nsp-code.com/update-sorts-changing-site-default-language/ https://www.nsp-code.com/update-sorts-changing-site-default-language/#respond Tue, 06 Mar 2018 14:32:32 +0000 https://www.nsp-code.com/?p=15118 To allow sorting for different languages through custom plugins like WPML the plugin implemented a custom functionality which also save the sort language. The feature becomes active right after plugin activation, even if there’s no multilingual code active yet to preserve sorts compatibility for later usage. As default the Advanced Post Types Order plugin use […]

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To allow sorting for different languages through custom plugins like WPML the plugin implemented a custom functionality which also save the sort language. The feature becomes active right after plugin activation, even if there’s no multilingual code active yet to preserve sorts compatibility for later usage.

As default the Advanced Post Types Order plugin use the site default language when saving the language attribute. If for some reason, the site language is being changed, apparently the orders does not apply anymore. This is an expected result, since the sorts where created for a particular language, which now has changed. There is a workaround for such scenario:

  1. Re-create the ordering, they will be save using the new language attribute and apply accordingly.
  2. Update the old language to new one within the sorts.

To update the language attribute within the sorts, the following code can be used. This code should be placed within a file and saved within WordPress root. Or if copied over into different directory, the include(‘wp-config.php’) line should be adjusted accordingly.

The _APTO_OLD_LANGUAGE_CODE constant should include the old language code. The _APTO_NEW_LANGUAGE_CODE need to held the new one.

    //define the constants
    define ('_APTO_OLD_LANGUAGE_CODE', 'en');
    define ('_APTO_NEW_LANGUAGE_CODE', 'de');
    
    include('wp-config.php');
    
    global $post;
    
    $args   =   array(
                        'post_type'         =>  'apto_sort',
                        'post_parent'       =>  '0',
                        'posts_per_page'    =>  -1
                        );
    $custm_query        =   new WP_Query( $args );
    while( $custm_query->have_posts() )
        {
            $custm_query->the_post();   
            
            //get all sort views
            $args   =   array(
                                'post_type'         =>  'apto_sort',
                                'post_parent'       =>  $post->ID,
                                'posts_per_page'    =>  -1  
                                );
            $sort_views =   get_posts( $args );
            if ( count ( $sort_views ) < 1 ) 
                continue;
                
            foreach ( $sort_views   as  $sort_view) 
                {
                    $_view_language =   get_post_meta( $sort_view->ID, '_view_language', TRUE );
                    if ( $_view_language !=  _APTO_OLD_LANGUAGE_CODE )
                        continue;
                        
                    update_post_meta( $sort_view->ID, '_view_language', _APTO_NEW_LANGUAGE_CODE );
                    
                }
            
        }

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Add numbers to items within the sort list interface https://www.nsp-code.com/add-numbers-items-within-sort-list-interface/ https://www.nsp-code.com/add-numbers-items-within-sort-list-interface/#respond Fri, 23 Feb 2018 15:16:19 +0000 https://www.nsp-code.com/?p=15073 The Advanced Post Types Order plugin is based on jQuery Sortable UI to implement the drag & drop interface. As default this use the Unordered List tag (ul). For better control, some users might find easier to see ordered list (ol) instead which output numbers for each item in the list, accordingly to position in […]

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The Advanced Post Types Order plugin is based on jQuery Sortable UI to implement the drag & drop interface. As default this use the Unordered List tag (ul). For better control, some users might find easier to see ordered list (ol) instead which output numbers for each item in the list, accordingly to position in the group.

The interface become to the following:

This require a filter usage and a bit of code :

    add_filter('apto/sort_interface/list_type_tag', 'apto_sort_interface_list_type_tag');
    function apto_sort_interface_list_type_tag( $list_type_tag )
        {
            
            $list_type_tag   =   'ol';
            
            return $list_type_tag;
            
        }

The custom code should be placed inside theme functions.php or within a custom plugin.

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How to sort posts automatically by a number/year included in title https://www.nsp-code.com/sort-posts-automatically-number-year-included-title/ https://www.nsp-code.com/sort-posts-automatically-number-year-included-title/#respond Wed, 07 Feb 2018 22:12:09 +0000 https://www.nsp-code.com/?p=14986 Manual sorting is a fun process, order adjustments are easy through the Advanced Post Types Order plugin drag & drop interface. Automatisation is possible through Automatic Order functionality. This provides a powerful set-up for creating algorithmic based sorting without a human intervention. For large list, this might be a good option to save good time […]

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Manual sorting is a fun process, order adjustments are easy through the Advanced Post Types Order plugin drag & drop interface. Automatisation is possible through Automatic Order functionality. This provides a powerful set-up for creating algorithmic based sorting without a human intervention. For large list, this might be a good option to save good time spent on manual sorting adjustments.

For some sites, the post title ( or any other post data like content, excerpt etc ) might contain important information on which a sort is required to apply. For example a year number can be included in the title e.g.:
– Canada 1978 edition
– Spain 2000 issues
– Early Belgium 2003 fabric
– Bohemia and Moravia 1944 history

Sorting ascending by the year in titles can be done manually, however automatisation is easy achievable through Custom Function Callback and a bit of code.

 

In this particular example the callback function name is called “custom_sorting_function_sort_by_number_in_title”. The function should be included within theme functions.php or a custom plugin:

function custom_sorting_function_sort_by_number_in_title( $posts_list, $sort_view_id, $orderBy, $query)
        {
            $list_map   =   array();
            foreach($posts_list  as  $object_id)
                {
                    $object =   get_post($object_id);
                    
		    //extract the title using a regex	
                    preg_match('/\d{4}/', $object->post_title, $match );
                    
                    if ( $match  != FALSE )
                        $list_map[$object_id]   =   $match[0];    
                        else
                        $list_map[$object_id]   =   '';
                }
                 
            //sort the dates ascending
            arsort($list_map, SORT_NUMERIC);
             
            $post_list  =   array_keys($list_map);
                 
            return $post_list;  
        }

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How to copy an order list from a category to another https://www.nsp-code.com/copy-order-list-category-another/ https://www.nsp-code.com/copy-order-list-category-another/#respond Wed, 07 Feb 2018 16:59:39 +0000 https://www.nsp-code.com/?p=14974 Customizing order of posts within categories is an easy task through Advanced Post Types Order plugin. The self explanatory interface featuring a drag & drop functionality makes sorting a breeze. For large posts lists, order customize can take a bit of time, unless use automatic ordering. Manual sorting require drag & drop for individual posts […]

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Customizing order of posts within categories is an easy task through Advanced Post Types Order plugin. The self explanatory interface featuring a drag & drop functionality makes sorting a breeze.

For large posts lists, order customize can take a bit of time, unless use automatic ordering. Manual sorting require drag & drop for individual posts in the list, up and down, Multiple Posts Selection can be done to speed up the process.

A category sorting (or any other taxonomy term) can be migrated to another one by a simple push of a button. This is useful when posts exists in booth terms and order is required to be the same, or similar (allow further adjustments).

There is a “Copy this sort to” option at the end of drag & drop list, which allow list order to apply o the other side.

To achieve this functionality, the following code is required. This can be placed inside theme functions.php or within a custom plugin.

add_action('APTO/re-order-interface/footer-html','apto_reorder_interface_copy_sort');
    function apto_reorder_interface_copy_sort( $sort_view_id )
        {
            
            $sort_view_settings =  APTO_functions::get_sort_view_settings($sort_view_id);
            $sort_view_post     =  get_post($sort_view_id);
            $sort_ID            =  $sort_view_post->post_parent;
            
            
            ?>
            <style>
                .major-publishing-actions  p {margin: 0px}
                #apto_sort_copy img.process_image  {display: none} 
            </style>
            <div class="alignleft actions" id="apto_sort_copy"> 
                <p>Copy this sort to 
                <select name="apto_sort_copy_to" id="apto_sort_copy_to">
                    <?php
                    
                    $args  =  array(
                                        'post_type'    =>  'apto_sort',
                                        'post_parent'  =>  $sort_ID
                                        );
                    $custom_query      =  new WP_Query( $args );
                    
                    //make a sorted list of items
                    $sort_view_list =  array();
                    foreach($custom_query->posts    as  $found_sort_view_post)
                        {
                            $sort_view_post_details =  APTO_functions::get_sort_view_settings( $found_sort_view_post->ID );      
                            
                            if(empty($sort_view_post_details['_term_id']))
                                continue;
                                
                            if($sort_view_post->ID ==  $found_sort_view_post->ID)
                                continue;
                            
                            $term_data  =  get_term_by('id', $sort_view_post_details['_term_id'], $sort_view_post_details['_taxonomy']);
                            $sort_view_list[ $sort_view_post_details['_taxonomy'] ][ $found_sort_view_post->ID ]  =  $term_data->name;
                        }
                        
                    
                    foreach($sort_view_list    as  $taxonomy_name  =>  $data)
                        {
                            
                            asort($data);
                            
                            foreach($data  as  $sort_view_id    =>  $term_name)
                                {
                            
                                    ?>
                                    <option value="<?php echo $sort_view_id ?>"><?php echo ucfirst($taxonomy_name) ?> - <?php echo $term_name ?></option>
                                    <?php  
                                } 
                            
                        }
                    
                    ?>
                </select> <a href="javascript: void(0)" class="button-secondary" id="apto_sort_copy_button" onClick="apto_sort_copy_confirmSubmit()">Copy</a> <img alt="" src="<?php echo APTO_URL ?>/images/wpspin_light.gif" class="process_image"></p>
                
                <script type="text/javascript">
                                      
                    function apto_sort_copy_confirmSubmit()
                        {
                            var agree=confirm("Are you sure you want to copy this sort? All orders will be lost on the other side.");
                            if (agree)
                                {
                                    
                                    jQuery('#apto_sort_copy img.process_image').show();
                                    
                                    var queryString = { 
                                                    action:            'apto_sort_copy', 
                                                    sort_view_id:        sort_view_id,
                                                    copy_to:            jQuery('#apto_sort_copy_to').val(),
                                                    nonce:              '<?php echo wp_create_nonce( 'apto_sort_copy-' . get_current_user_id()) ?>'
                                                        };
                                    
                                    jQuery.ajax({
                                              type: 'POST',
                                              url: ajaxurl,
                                              data: queryString,
                                              cache: false,
                                              dataType: "html",
                                              success: function(response){
                                                jQuery('#apto_sort_copy img.process_image').hide();
                                                alert('Sort successfully copied');
                                              },
                                              error: function(html){
                                                jQuery('#apto_sort_copy img.process_image').hide();
                                                  }
                                            });    
                                }
                                else
                                {
                                    return false ;
                                }
                        }
                            
                </script>
                
            </div>
            
            <?php  
            
            
            
        }
        
    add_action( 'wp_ajax_apto_sort_copy', 'wp_ajax_apto_sort_copy' );
    function wp_ajax_apto_sort_copy()
        {
            
            //check for nonce
            if(! wp_verify_nonce($_POST['nonce'],  'apto_sort_copy-' . get_current_user_id()))
                {
                    _e( 'Invalid Nonce', 'apto' );
                    die();  
                }  
            
            $sort_view_id  =  $_POST['sort_view_id'];
            $copy_to        =  $_POST['copy_to'];
            
            global $wpdb;
            
            $query = "DELETE FROM `". $wpdb->prefix ."apto_sort_list`
                            WHERE `sort_view_id`    =  ". $copy_to;
            $results = $wpdb->get_results($query);
            
            //retrieve the sort list
            $query  =  "SELECT object_id FROM `". $wpdb->prefix ."apto_sort_list`
                            WHERE sort_view_id  = '". $sort_view_id ."'";
            $results        =  $wpdb->get_results( $query );
            
            if(count($results)  <  1)
                die();
            
            $query = "INSERT INTO `". $wpdb->prefix ."apto_sort_list` 
                        (`sort_view_id`, `object_id`) 
                        VALUES ";
            
            $sort_list  =  array();
            $first      =  TRUE;
            foreach($results    as  $result)
                {
                    
                    if($first  === FALSE)
                        $query  .=  ', ';
                        
                    $query  .= " ('" . $copy_to . "', '" . $result->object_id . "') ";
                    
                    $first  =  FALSE;
                    
                }
                    
            $results = $wpdb->get_results( $query );
            
            die();
            
        }

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WooCommerce – Sort Products which belong to multiple categories https://www.nsp-code.com/woocommerce-sort-products-which-belong-to-multiple-categories/ https://www.nsp-code.com/woocommerce-sort-products-which-belong-to-multiple-categories/#comments Mon, 05 Feb 2018 02:55:40 +0000 https://www.nsp-code.com/?p=602 An easy way to sort products which belong to multiple categories while keeping the previously order set for other places. This will ensure no order list is lost while a new sort is built.
Everything it's done though an intuitive drag and drop interface.

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Probably the best choice for e-commerce under a WordPress environment, WooCommerce deliver all the juice you need for a successfully e-commerce business.  WooCommerce is built using WordPress best practices both on the front and the back end. This results in an efficient, robust and intuitive plugin.

Product Sorting has been introduced reticently, as an easy method of order customization, this can be done using a drag and drop interface which is similar to default WordPress admin  Products archive. This is a great way for keeping the best selling products on top of the list, which will give a boost to sales . Any decent shop will always use categories to keep the products in one place and make easier access to a certain type of goods. The product sorting can be done for each category using the filter that the admin sort interface display in the first part.

Using other plugins, why my order list broke for a category while i was doing another sorting for a different one?

For all other plugins, the product sorting rely on the default menu_order property, which unfortunate can keep only a value  at a time. Giving that  if a product belong to multiple categories, only the very last sorting order value will be held, everything else will be overwrite. In other words,  if you set a sorting for the products which belong to a category, going to the next one will remove the order you set previously. Obliviously we don’t want that, as every category is required to use a very specific order to achieve planned results. Advanced Post Types Order is a specialized application, the perfect tool for managing the product sorting while keeping the order applied for other categories. No matter the number of categories which belong to a product, the number of categories need to be sorted, all order lists are saved and kept as defined!

First you can select the category for which you want to apply an order:
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The order can be also set for other taxonomies defined like Product Tags, Tags etc, everything while keeping the sorts for the other places.

Re-order can be done using a simple drag and drop interface, then using Update to save.
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A huge bonus for this plugin is the fact that it can be used also along with all other custom post types within your site (i.e. posts, pages, reviews, movies etc), practically you can sort the order for any content / post type / product.
The usage is very simple, once deployed the plugin will take care of the order update within the front side, no coding updates are necessarily.

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Automatically Randomize a sort list while keeping the sticky posts on top https://www.nsp-code.com/automatically-randomize-sort-list-keeping-sticky-posts-top/ https://www.nsp-code.com/automatically-randomize-sort-list-keeping-sticky-posts-top/#respond Fri, 19 Jan 2018 12:38:53 +0000 https://www.nsp-code.com/?p=14907 Through the Automatic Order functionality, the Advanced Post Types Order plugin provide an excellent support for post objects sorting automatisation. Using default functions, easy order can be set by ID, Author, Title, Slug, Date, Modified Date, Comments Count etc. Also Custom Fields sorting can be easily set-up by specify the custom fields keys. Randomizing sort […]

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Through the Automatic Order functionality, the Advanced Post Types Order plugin provide an excellent support for post objects sorting automatisation. Using default functions, easy order can be set by ID, Author, Title, Slug, Date, Modified Date, Comments Count etc. Also Custom Fields sorting can be easily set-up by specify the custom fields keys.

Randomizing sort list through automatic order is very easy, this can be achieved through selecting the Random option. However all posts in the list will be shuffled, so there is fixed position for any of the posts. IN some cases the Sticky Posts are required to stay on top of list while the other posts will be randomized. This functionality can be implemented through the User Function Callback and a bit of code.

We create a new function (usually within theme function.php or a custom plugin) called randomize_order_with_sticky_on_top then ensure the Custom Function field held that key:

Then within the theme function.php we add the following code:

function randomize_order_with_sticky_on_top ( $post_list, $sort_view_id, $orderBy, $query )
        {
            
            //shuffle the list
            shuffle($post_list);
            
            //retrieve the sticky posts list
            $sticky_posts   =   (array)get_option('sticky_posts');
            
            if ( count ( $sticky_posts )    <   1 )
                return $post_list;
            
            $found_sticky_posts =   array();
            $found_sticky_posts =   array_intersect($sticky_posts, $post_list);
            
            if ( count ( $found_sticky_posts )    <   1 )
                return $post_list;
            
            //remove from the list
            foreach($found_sticky_posts as  $found_sticky_post)    
                {
                    unset( $post_list  [ array_search( $found_sticky_post, $post_list ) ] );
                }
                
            array_unshift($post_list, $found_sticky_post);
            
            //reindex the array
            $post_list  =   array_values( $post_list );
            
            return $post_list;
                
        }

Once set-up completed, the front side sorting will change accordingly to above functionality.

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Display the SKU for WooCommerce products within re-order interface https://www.nsp-code.com/display-sku-woocommerce-products-within-re-order-interface/ https://www.nsp-code.com/display-sku-woocommerce-products-within-re-order-interface/#respond Fri, 19 Jan 2018 08:57:36 +0000 https://www.nsp-code.com/?p=14903 Using the Advanced Post Types Order plugin, WooCommerce products can be easily and precisely sorted within categories. Even if a product belong to multiple terms/categories, the saved order will be preserved within each one. The default re-order interface include a product thumbnail, title and object ID. Additional details can be included through a simple code, […]

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Using the Advanced Post Types Order plugin, WooCommerce products can be easily and precisely sorted within categories. Even if a product belong to multiple terms/categories, the saved order will be preserved within each one.

The default re-order interface include a product thumbnail, title and object ID. Additional details can be included through a simple code, the following will show the SKU field:

    add_filter('apto_reorder_item_additional_details', 'theme_apto_reorder_item_additional_details', 10, 2); 
    function  theme_apto_reorder_item_additional_details( $item_additional_details, $post_data )
        {
            
            //we need that only for products
            if( $post_data->post_type   !=  'product' )
                return $item_additional_details;    
            
            //retirve the custom field 
            $custom_field_value = get_post_meta($post_data->ID, '_sku', TRUE);
            
            if( ! empty( $custom_field_value ) )
                {
                    
                    $item_additional_details .=  ' <small>SKU : <b>' . $custom_field_value . '</b></small>';
                    
                }

            return $item_additional_details;
        }

The results show as following:

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