Support » Plugin: Admin Columns » [Plugin: Codepress Admin Columns] Yoast SEO column order takes priority

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  • Any update on this? Seems like an issue that a lot are dealing with only all in different threads.

    Plugin Author Tobias Schutter


    Sorry that I missed your forum post. I was monitoring it on a different tag ‘codepress-admin-columns’ instead of ‘admin-columns’. I changed my RSS feed now so I’ll won’t miss them again.

    But good news, I found a fix to this issue. Update the plugin to the current version v1.4.6 and you should be able to drag/hide the WordPress SEO columns once again.

    Please let me know if everything is working as you would expect.


    I was able see and to drag and drop the SEO custom columns now however, after saving they did not move and are still stuck in the first positions when I view the all posts page in the admin area.

    In addition, when I choose them not to show, they still do.

    Am I missing something simple? I am using the Yoost SEO (WordPress SEO)

    Disregard… (operator error) My bad. I did not realize it was customizable from page to page and had only set the order in one area and not for the posts.

    Sorry to bump the old thread, but the issue continues.

    I reorder columns and everything is fine until some time. At some point Yoast SEO columns start appearing first in posts page, although ordering remains set as it was in columns settings.

    This *might* have something to do with a similar issue –

    Moderator Jan Dembowski


    Brute Squad and Volunteer Moderator

    As this is a resolved thread (they do not get looked at generally since they’re resolved), instead of bumping this one can you please create your own?

    Please provide as much useful information as you can in your own thread.

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