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I recently changed the categorisation of my events listings from ‘individuals’ to ‘organisations’ and in doing so the date order has been lost:
I’m using the code order_by=birthday on the page.
The ‘birthdays’ have always been ticked as ‘unlisted’ in the entries (as the events don’t have birthdays) but you can see from the listing info the dates that they should be ordered by.
Any advice to help order the events by chronological order would be much appreciated.
Ok, I see the dates in the desc now. If those dates match the birthday, something is up…
I’ll need a temp WP admin login so I can take a closer look. It can be posted here as a private reply.
I’m heading out shortly so wondered if you had any ideas I could try as a quick fix for this issue? If not I’ll look into admin access when I’m back this afternoon.
What email address can I set you up with a temp login on?
It can be any random invalid email address. Generally when I do temp accounts I mash several key on the keyboard, add the “@”, mash a few more keys and then add
.temp or some other random tld. You can post the user/pass here as a private reply.
I was able to log in, but it is just a standard user account. I need an admin account. Thanks!
were you able to log in?
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