To re-order the News Items simply drag them up/down until you have the order you require.

  • 1 - 001100 (01/06/2010 02:10:36 PM)
    this is body
  • 2 - påååå (05/20/2010 03:10:28 AM)
    å
  • 3 - graffw (05/29/2008 08:03:48 AM)
    aassasasa
  • 4 - safdgsfdg (07/01/2008 10:57:13 AM)
    sdfgdsfgdsfgdsfg
  • 5 - 6 (06/17/2008 07:22:28 AM)
    6
  • 6 - Русский заголовок (06/20/2008 11:35:54 AM)
    Тута текст
  • 7 - xxxxxxx (05/29/2008 08:04:17 AM)
    xxxxx
  • 8 - aaa (05/29/2008 08:04:05 AM)
    aaaaaaaaaaa
  • 9 - ---- (03/26/2010 07:19:12 PM)
    iuii
  • 10 - Kjetil (04/28/2010 06:06:35 AM)
    Testing again - this is super ;-)
  • 11 - test new child (08/22/2011 01:29:22 AM)
    test
  • 12 - sgdfg (10/12/2008 03:29:32 PM)
    sdf gsfg sdgf
  • 13 - fdd (10/28/2013 04:19:58 PM)
    dfdf
  • 14 - vvvvvvvv (05/29/2008 09:13:59 AM)
    vvvv
  • 15 - 45 (10/12/2008 03:29:46 PM)
    42
  • 16 - a (06/01/2008 04:19:18 AM)
    Deberia ser el primero

About This Demo

I know what you're thinking. How do I know the documents have really been updated in the database? Well, to prove this, move an item in the list. The message will say the update has taken place. Now refresh the browser page. Notice how the items retain the order you gave them and that the sort number for each one updates.

If Ajax doesn't work for you use this button instead

Note: When new children are added they get given a default sort order of "0". They will remain at the top and will be sorted by date added (most recent at top). It's not until you next (first?) force an update that these new children get given a real order.