I’m in the process of designing a WordPress theme for a client, who happens to have a lot of pages (107, to be exact). When I go to the Admin Appearance > Menus screen to edit their menus, I noticed that the View All tab of the Pages post type widget doesn’t sort by menu order, and thus doesn’t tier the pages according to the parent-child relationship. Is there a way to easily change that with a filter, preferably without editing the WordPress code itself?
So, I’ve found a filter that may work for this, but I’m not sure how to apply a function to do what I’m looking for. (Filters still kind of confuse me.) The following code is found at line 750 of /wp-admin/includes/nav-menu.php:
This, it seems logical that hooking a function into the “nav_menu_items_page” filter could potentially do the trick. Only, I don’t know what to do with $posts in order to get what I’m looking for. And unless $args is modified too, will it matter, given that the walk_nav_menu_tree function will use whatever orderby argument is supplied in $args?
Thanks again for your help!
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