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How to apply custom field ordering to Manual Sort list for further adjustments

Automatic Order is a very easy way to maintain ordering for front side without user intervention. This is highly customizable, any sorting type is virtually possible and straight forward to achieve. Through the Advanced Post Types Order plugin, the Manual Order list provide an easy way to manually customize the order of appearance for objects […]

WooCommerce Up-sells Sort

The new WooCommerce 3.0 is a great update, it lays the foundation of a powerful, flexible and scalable ecommerce framework, and it greatly improve the shop experience for administrators and customers.

Default sort list for every new Site in your WordPress MultiSite environment

WordPress MultiSite environment is a great way to create a network of sites, easily managed from a common dashboard. The Advanced Post Types Order plugin is fully compatible with MultiSite set-up, it can be activated either on punctual site or network wide.

Customize sorting for products within a customer Order

Within a WooCommerce buyer Order, the products are being sorted / displayed in the way they where placed in the cart. Unfortunate WooCommerce does not provide any support through which such sorting can be changed.

How to expand / narrow a sort settings within admin interface

The Advanced Post Types Order plugin include quite many options to cover up all possible scenarios. For that reason the sort settings admin interface it’s long, depending on monitor resolution it may not fit within a full screen size so the scroll need to be used to access all options. Since the actual sorting interface […]

Apply post type Archive order for all taxonomies / categories

The Advanced Post Types Order plugin is very flexible in functionality. In certain situations, individual sort for each taxonomy terms (categories) is not required, but instead Archive order is needed to apply on all other sections. The following example return the archive order for any query that match the post type array. The apto/query_match_sort_id filter […]

Hide Sort Settings interface for certain administrator role users

The Sort Settings interface is available by default only to administrator role users. There are situations when sort settings need to be available only for certain users. The apto/wp-admin/reorder-interface/view-settings-capability filter help on that matter. The following example hide the sort settings interface if logged-in user is not ID 1 or 2 or 3. This can […]

Applying multiple order criteria for Automatic Order through Fallback functionality

The Advanced Post Types Order plugin include an easy way to automatically sort objects of a list (e.g. post type archive, category list, mix of post types and taxonomies terms etc) through a powerful functionality called Automatic Order. This will auto update sort for objects on front site.

Applying a different capability for Administrator when using Advanced Post Types Order

By default the Advanced Post Types Order plugin use the ‘switch_themes’ capability for Administrator role. There are situations when this capability is not available or is been removed or relocated for another role, meaning administrators are not able to see or change a sort. The following code show how to change the ‘switch_themes’ to ‘activate_plugins’ […]

Understanding Sort List Settings area

Each Sort use it’s own settings, meaning they will not affect other order lists. Only Admin and SuperAdmin (in case use MultiSite environment) can see the Sort List Settings area. The Sort List Settings area consist of three sections: Query Rules Conditionals Interface Query Rules This contain information’s regarding the sort query rules and to […]