Ever wish there was an easier way to change the order of your pages or the hierarchy of custom post types on your WordPress dashboard? Wish no more, because now there is a super easy way to accomplish this. With the Simple Page Ordering plugin, you can easily change the order of your pages and posts using a simple and straightforward drag and drop functionality.

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Using the plugin is just about as easy as it gets. All you have to do once it’s installed (an easy and painless install, like with most WP plugins) is visit the pages list in your WordPress dashboard and start dragging and dropping the pages until they’re in your desired order. It’s easy and it’s even kind of fun. This can come in handy when you want to change the order of the pages without having to change menu order or if you want to play around with page and post hierarchy without having to actually edit the pages on the edit page — you can do all of the ordering you want directly from the page list. Only admin users and users who have been granted permission to edit pages will be able to change the order of pages using the drag and drop functionality, so don’t worry about unknowingly giving these permissions to other user roles who may have access to your WordPress dashboard.

This plugin is a great, free timesaver and is definitely recommended if you’re looking for a way to easily change around the order of your WordPress pages.

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