Posts are usually listed in reverse chronological order as they are often used for posting regular time-orientated content.
postMash (by Joel Starnes) lets you customise the order your posts are listed in using it’s simple Ajax drag-and-drop administrative interface. Plus it gives quick access to toggle posts between draft and published states. Particularly useful if you’re using WordPress as a CMS.
postMash (filtered) provides some key modification tweaks to the original plugin.
1) You can now filter all posts by category & date from the admin panel, where previously you had to work from a full list of all published posts
2) Addition of new function to allow you to call the ‘Next Post’ and ‘Previous Post’ links in your ‘single.php’ theme file to match the order you set in postMash, instead of the default (by date).
3) there is a brief instruction on how to allow viewing of posts in the regular ‘Edit Posts’ admin window in the same order as they appear on postMash and, if set, your blog.
The original plugin and author website is: http://joelstarnes.co.uk/postMash/
For this tweaked version, please visit: http://postmashfiltered.wordpress.com/2009/06/19/post-mash-filtered/
Currently only available in english.
- None of it’s working
Try opening up your WP admin and browse to your postMash page, then take a look at the page source. Check if the prototype or scriptaculous scripts are included in the header. If so then the next step is to track down the offending plugin, which you can do by disabling each of your plugins in turn and checking when the scripts are no longer included.
- Do I need any special code in my template
Yes, by default posts are shown in reverse chronological order, to show the posts in the order you set in postMash you will need to use different code to display your posts. Look in the install section for an example.
- Which browsers are supported
Any good up-to-date browser should work fine. I test in Firefox, IE7, Safari and Opera.
- Changed author website and plugin URL.
- Fixed bug where category filter stopped working at version 1.1.
- Fixed bug ‘Error: Update Timeout”’ where user has entered custom WP prefix on database tables
- Initial Release