This is quality. One can see that by looking at the code.
But there is one problem. It' doesn't work for custom taxonomies, although it aspires to do so.
The reason is that it checks
get_taxonomies() in 'init' hook at default priority. At this stage not all custom taxonomies are registered yet, so I get only the builtin ones.
Could you please change line 28 in
add_action('init', array(&$this, 'init'), 99 );
When I do that, it just works. Other high values, or doing it later than 'init' may also work.
I'm working on a website for a restaurant. I'm using categories to display items on the restaurant menu. I needed a way to sort subcategories on the menu. For instance, for Dessert I have 2 subcategories; Dessert Items and After Dinner Drinks. Using this plugin I was able to use the term_group field to order the items.
While I could have done this directly through the database, I will be turning the site over to the restaurant owner. This plugin will give him the freedom to rearrange items on his menu.
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