You can change the order of items in the sidebar from your site Customizer. Click on the Widgets section of the Customizer, then select Sidebar and then click on reorder.
To move a Widget:
- The Widget must be located in a Sidebar or other active content area before it can be moved.
- Click on the Widget Title and hold the mouse button down, then drag the Widget bar up or down to the location desired. At that point release the mouse button. That process is called drag-and-drop.
From your WordPress dashboard, go to Pages . Click Quick Edit and change the Order parameter on all of the pages to reflect the order you want. Go to APPEARANCE and then MENUS and int that area it allows you to drop and drag items to reorder the menu bar and the menu which appears on a smart phone.
Go to Appearance > Widgets in the WordPress Administration Screens. Choose a Widget and either drag it to the sidebar where you wish it to appear, or click the widget, (select a destination sidebar if your theme has more than one) and click the Add Widget button.
How do you move a widget?
To move an icon or a widget, long-press it. Eventually, the icon seems to lift and break free. You can drag a free icon to another position on the Home screen or to another Home screen panel, or you can drag it to the Trash icon that appears on the Home screen.
How do I change the order of my pages in WordPress?
To change the order of pages in WordPress:
- Go to any page on your website.
- Use the Screen Options to drop down the control window.
- Choose the “Page Attributes” checkbox.
- Change the number box under “Order” to adjust the position. The lowest numbers are first.
- Click the “Update” or “Publish” button on the page.
How do I change the order of categories in WordPress?
Changing Category Order in WordPress
Upon activation, simply head over to Posts » Taxonomy Order page to rearrange your WordPress category order. The plugin will simply list all your categories on that page, and you can manually drag and drop to rearrange category order.
How do I change the order of posts in WordPress?
After activating it click into “Post Types Order” under settings and you can enable the types of posts you want the reorder interface to show up on. Then under that post type you will see a new menu called “Re-order.” You can then drag and drop the posts within according to the order you want them to appear in.
position:absolute; width:100px; height:100%; top:0; left:0; the element cant be floated, or it will not fill whole page, and cant have padding at top or bottom, the padding will cause scroll. If you need the padding top, set to the child element, like UL.
The easiest way to handle this is just to use CSS fixed positioning. Our sidebar is within a #page-wrap div with relative positioning, so the sidebar will set inside there, then we just push it over into place with margin. With this technique, the sidebar stays solidly in place as you scroll down the page.