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Order of Content Areas in CMS Admin

Thread began 3/04/2013 4:53 pm by Henrik | Last modified 3/05/2013 6:24 am by Henrik | 428 views | 2 replies |

Henrik

Order of Content Areas in CMS Admin

If I add Content Areas to Power CMS I have found that I can't get them to display in the right order in the Admin Section - meaning for instance (from top to bottom)

- header
- headline
- image
- content text
- sidebar
-footer

I've added them in the order top to bottom and bottom to top but it seems they are placed randomly.

I suggest that for an user it would be easier and much more intuitive to handle if the Content Areas would be placed in the same order like they are located in the website.

Could this be achieved - and how?

Thank you!

Henrik

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

This is not supported.

To make it work, you would need to edit the recordsets that are in the admin_cms/pages.php page to change the order by column to the contentID column instead of ContentName.

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Henrik

Ok, got it ... it is ordered by name ... so I can use numbers ...

Thank you!

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