CMS Tree Page View
Page Order in Dashboard (6 posts)

  1. 4020
    Posted 4 years ago #

    I have just used the drag & drop option in this plugin & it seems to have messed up my whole page order admin.

    Previously in the dashboard I saw a parent/child structure of all my pages. Now I just see a long list of alphabetic child pages which makes finding the right page very difficult.

    How do I return this to its default?

    Also when I add & work on a new page it appears at the top of the tree view rather than the bottom as it was doing previously. I can't see what it is now doing with regards to the page order it is creating.


  2. 4020
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Here's a more detailed explanation of the same issue:

    I am having problems with this plugin when I re-order pages.

    (1) In the page tree if I move a file at root level, leave the dashboard then return to it I see that the file has moved to some random place that I did not choose.

    (2) Also … the default page list in the WordPress dashboard has also changed since I moved a file in the CMS Tree Page View. Now I see an alphabetical list of all child pages but I don’t see the parent pages.

    Now I see:

    Blue apples
    Blue bananas
    Blue oranges
    Green apples
    Green bananas
    Green oranges

    Before the problem I saw:

    _Blue Apples
    _Green Apples

    _Blue Bananas
    _Green Bananas

    _Blue Oranges
    _Green Oranges

  3. 4020
    Posted 4 years ago #

    So am I the only person who is having this problem?

  4. Pär Thernström
    Plugin Author

    Posted 4 years ago #

    I haven't been able to reproduce this. Do you have any other plugins installed that may interfere with CMS Tree Page View?

  5. 4020
    Posted 4 years ago #

    I don't know which plugins might interfere with it. All seemed to be okay until the last upgrade.

    Is there a list of plugins that might cause a problem?

    Or a way to check?


  6. 4020
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Since my last post I've rearranged all the parent pages in the tree & they are now staying where I expect them to be. If I create a new parent it goes to the top of the tree.

    I'm still finding that child pages move to random locations under their parent. If I place all my child pages under their parent then order them alphabetically I can return to the tree after editing a page & find that it has move to a random place on the tree.

    Has anyone else experienced such behaviour?


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