Adding priority to individual settings via the settings API.
|Reported by:||alexmansfield||Owned by:|
Description (last modified by SergeyBiryukov)
Currently there is no way (at least that I could find) to specify the order of settings on a settings page (for example, a theme options page). Use case: a child theme adding a setting to the parent theme's "Theme Options" page has no way of specifying the order in which the new setting should be inserted.
I've modified the add_settings_field() function to allow for a priority to be set (much like when adding settings to the theme customizer). I also added uasort($wp_settings_fields[$page][$section], 'compare_priority'); to the do_settings_fields() function, where 'compare_priority' is a slightly modified version of the compare function used to set the priority of the theme customizer sections.
This patch is loosely related to #22487 which adds priority to settings sections, but not individual settings.
Change History (6)
comment:2 SergeyBiryukov — 13 months ago
- Description modified (diff)
- Version changed from trunk to 3.5
- Component changed from Plugins to Admin APIs
- Focuses administration added