• Resolved Marian Kadanka

    (@mariankadanka)


    I have CPT with multiple custom taxonomies and with WordPress built-in post_tag taxonomy attached to it. This CPT isn’t enabled for sorting in plugin settings. Also none of these custom taxonomies are enabled. However, WP built-in post_tag is enabled for sorting.

    Regardless of these settings, order of terms from one of these custom taxonomies is changed on the front-end by the plugin (tested with enable/disable plugin, looks like ORDER is changed from ASC to DESC). But this only happens if sorting by post_tag is enabled, and stops when I turn it off.

    Environment: besides Simple Custom Post Order plugin, only Elementor, Elementor Pro and Pods – Custom Content Types and Fields plugins are active.

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  • Plugin Support beatrice12

    (@beatrice12)

    Hello @mariankadanka,

    Thanks for reaching out to us!

    Can you please send us some screenshots with the settings you have and the issue you encounter? You can upload them here via Imgur.

    Please also let me know which theme you use.

    Warm regards,

    Beatrice.

    Thread Starter Marian Kadanka

    (@mariankadanka)

    Sure, instead of uploading redundant screenshots of my setup that I have already clearly described in the original post I can debug and fix it myself and send you a pull request, good job 👍

    studioavanti

    (@studioavanti)

    Hello,

    The Posts order is changed from ASC to DESC in a Taxonomy Archive in my site, probably since i enabled SCPO for the taxonomy and the Post Type it’s attached to (not 100%, i would have to make more tests, but there’s chances the plugin is involved).

    I reset ASC order using a PHP filter.

    Plugin Support beatrice12

    (@beatrice12)

    Hi @studioavanti,

    Can you please let me know which versions of PHP and WP you have and also which theme you use?

    Would you happen to have any customized display settings?

    Warmly,

    Beatrice.

    Hi @beatrice12,

    PHP 8.2.17 and WP 6.5.2 here.
    I’m using a custom template for the Custom Taxonomy Archive via Beaver Themer.

    Yes, there’s a few custom PHP filters enabled but nothing playing with Posts order at first glance.
    It would require to make in depth tests on my side though, like in a WP vanilla site, to check if SCPO modifies the Posts order in a Custom Taxonomy archive or not.
    Unfortunately, i’m running out of time to do that for the moment.

    Plugin Support beatrice12

    (@beatrice12)

    Hello @studioavanti,

    I recommend installing this plugin: https://wordpress.org/plugins/health-check/

    After you install and activate the above plugin it has a Troubleshooting mode that allows you to have a vanilla WordPress session, where all plugins are disabled, and a default theme is used, but only for your user – your visitors will still see the normal website.

    Go to its troubleshooting mode and only activate SCPO and see if it works correctly with a default WordPress theme (Twenty Twenty-One for example) and no other plugins.

    Warm regards,

    Beatrice.

    Plugin Support beatrice12

    (@beatrice12)

    Marking this support thread as resolved due to inactivity. If you have any other questions or need further help please open a new thread.

    Hi @beatrice12,

    Yes, sorry i had no time for troubleshooting this issue.

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