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Reordering when embeded in the page

5 years 7 months ago #22330 by jcamus

I am trying to set up IFAq within an article... but it won't let me re-order the questions/articles. Tried to change the publishing dates, to re-order using the drag and drop in the list of articles, etc... nothing will change the order.

Right now, my code in the article is {ifaq view=|category| id=|149| showtitle=|1| showdesc=|0| template=|fws_custom_gk| }

And the page is:

I hope someone can help,



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5 years 7 months ago #22333 by support
Dear Julien,

You have to change the Ordering Setting in the Component Options.

I'm not sure why this setting was removed from the edit screen. Anyway, I've added it again and I'll send it to your email in a couple of minutes...

Best regards,

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