Avada Portfolio order

Order Avada Portfolio

To rearrange portfolio items. Projects are sorted by publication date by default. Where to order articles User-defined Avada ordering choices are available for blog, portfolio and FAQ items and help you determine the order in which the items appear on your website. Stage 1 - Adds a blog item in the Fusion Builder. Stage 2 - For the'Sort by' checkbox, select from date, post title, post plug, writer, number of commentaries, last modified or random to determine how your post should be viewed.

Stage 3 - Select the'Order' checkbox to descend or ascend to sort your contributions. Stage 4 - Adjust the other choices to suit your needs. 5 - Store the blog item and store the page. Notice: The standard value for'Order By' is Date and for'Order' is DOWN.

Stage 1 - Addition of a portfolio item in the Fusion Builder. Stage 2 - For the'Order By' options, select between Date, Post Title, Portfolio Order, Post Slug, Autor, Number of Comment, Last Modified or Random to determine how your portfolio will be view. Stage 3 - Select the'Order' checkbox to descend or ascend to sort your contributions.

Stage 4 - Adjust the other choices to suit your needs. 5 - Store the portfolio item and store the page. Notice: The standard value for'Order By' is Date and for'Order' is DOWN. Stage 1 - Adds a Fusion Builder product item to the list of FAQs. Stage 2 - For the'Sort by' item, select from Date, Post Title, Frequently Asked Questions, Post Slug, Auth., Number of Comment, Last Modified or Random to determine how your portfolio will be view.

Stage 3 - Select the'Order' checkbox to descend or ascend to sort your contributions. Stage 4 - Adjust the other choices to suit your needs. Stage 5 - Store the FAQ item and store the page. Notice: The standard value for'Order By' is Date and for'Order' is DOWN.

Standardly, WorldPress orders postings and user-defined postings according to their publication date. This includes blogs, portfolio and FAQs. Avada's themes also underline this order with Fusion slider andlastic slider. For information on how to rearrange postings and user-defined postings, please read below.

The following are the articles and user-defined articles that you can reorder in WordPress until the publication date. Press Releases - Press releases found on the Press section of the Press Area. As contributions are sorted by their publication date by default, you can edit the publication date of your contributions to get them in the order you want.

Contributions with the oldest date appear last, and contributions with the oldest date appear first. Stage 1 - Browse to the items you want to rearrange. Take for example entries in the Blogs on the Contributions page. Stage 2 - Move the mouse pointer over a contribution and you will see the Quick Edit links.

Please click here to view the most important features of an article, such as titles, sphere, date and the like. 3 - In the Date box, modify the date and hour accordingly. 4 - Redo 2-3 for all items you want to rearrange. You can use the Mail Types Order plug-in to rearrange your messages later on.

This works for all Avada mail and messages and uses a single drag'n'drop path so you can change the order. 1 - Go to the Plugins > Advanced New Tab in your WP Administrator side panel. Stage 2 - Look in the top right corner of the browse toolbar for'Post Type Order'.

Stage 3 - Once you have found the right plug-in, click on the'Install now' link. Stage 4 - Please allow the installation of the plug-in to complete. 1 - Go to Settings > Post Type Order page in your WP Administrator side bar to view the plug-in settings. On this page, you can select which port to activate or deactivate.

As an example, you can set the Mail options to'Hide' to deactivate the reordering of blogs. Stage 3 - To rearrange contributions, move the mouse pointer to the register card of the contribution you want to rearrange, and then click "Re-order". If, for example, you want to rearrange your portfolio items, move the mouse pointer to the Portfolio page in your WP Administration side bar and click the "Reorder" button.

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