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    Hey Kriesi,

    I need Image Sort Order capabilities within a single portfolio. The features that are standard with every WP standard install, as in this screen capture:

    It’s alive in your image management screen, it just doesn’t function. My client’s theme is Eunoia.

    I know this has been asked before, once by me, and at least thrice more that I can find in these threads… (Purchase code hidden if logged out)(Purchase code hidden if logged out) (Purchase code hidden if logged out) -not-updating

    I’d like to plead once more…

    I know you believe that this feature isn’t important because most of your clients have small galleries/portfolios and that the drag and drop feature should be sufficient for image “sort order”. But for those of us who use this standard WordPress Feature in other blogs, not having it in your themes is such a bummer, especially when we’re dealing with client slideshows of more than 50 – 200+ images.

    Can someone please advise on a fix?

    Please? Please. PLEASE???????





    I tagged this thread for Kriesi.

    Best regards,



    Thanks Dude/Peter!


    Hi Melissa,

    I’m not really understanding what you mean. If I go to a Portfolio item in Eunoia and use the themes gallery function in the meta boxes below the visual editor, the drag and drop function for the sorting of those items is the only possible way but is not related to WordPress core as its a completely independent.

    If I add a gallery through the wordpress Add Media>Create Gallery the options there are identical to on a installation of WordPress using Twenty Twelve doing Add Media>Create Gallery.

    From your screenshot it actually appears as if that is the old media manager or maybe I’m just not getting there via the same steps. But here is a video to illustrate what I’m doing and maybe it can clear things up:



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