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Simple Page Ordering

Order your pages and other hierarchical post types with simple drag and drop right from the standard page list.

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56 reviews
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4 stars
4.8 out of 5 stars
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5 stars
Exactly what name says
By , for WP 3.6

Order your pages by simple drag & drop interface in pages admin page.

5 stars
I'm loving this so much.
By ,

Wow, what a perfect name for the plugin.
This is so eloquent! It's simple to use, but so powerful.

Kudos!

5 stars
Drag and drop, just wonderful
By , for WP 3.6

Great plugin, just drag and drop the pages in the desired order. It's so good to be able to put them in the same order as the menu, or associated pages close to each other. Thank you!

5 stars
Should be part of Core
By , for WP 3.5.2

Must have and must use plugin. Honestly believe it should be part of the WP Core.

5 stars
LOVE IT!!
By ,

So glad to have found this plugin! I was reordering pages manually and it was driving me batty. Not anymore!

5 stars
Amazing plugin!!!
By ,

Very very useful!

5 stars
Should be part of WP core
By , for WP 3.5.2

So simple and well done; this should be part of WP.

5 stars
I think...
By , for WP 3.5.2

...it is the bestest plugin in the world!

5 stars
So useful
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One of the most useful plugins I've ever gotten for free from the repository

5 stars
Seamless integration with the core UI
By , for WP 3.5.2

WordPress Core has never really managed to make the page-ordering experience very good, especially since the only way to do it currently is by either:

  1. installing a drag-to-reorder plugin
  2. manually editing the page order values through either Quick Edit or the Page editor

This plugin is the best solution to a long-standing UX problem.

It's simple and it works, flawlessly. Personally, I'd love to see this integrated with core in a future version, if only because it so seamlessly integrates with the existing list table UI. This is how core would do it.

On a side note, if you've never seen Jake Goldman's (the plugin author) 'What Would Core Do' WordCamp presentation, it's worth a look because this plugin a shining example of doing it right.

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