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I've got an issue with using the WP-Navi plugin and posts sorted alphabetically. The first page of posts (5 - set in the plugin settings) appearing properly, but when one navigates to subsequent pages, I lose that sort. In fact, I can't tell how the posts are being sorted - it appears to be random.

The plugin's author has a description of this problem, but says that it's fixed in the plugin version that I have and I can't figure out where in the plugin code to verify. Should I abandon the plugin and try to code into the template or functions file?

Can anyone help?

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Add a link to the plugin. There are so many similar named plugins – we cannot know which one you use. – toscho May 16 '11 at 20:11
Thank you! Here is the link to the plugin: webdevstudios.com/plugin/custom-post-type-ui – mktggirl May 17 '11 at 2:34
That’s not a WP-Navi plugin, is it? Now I’m confused. – toscho May 17 '11 at 10:21
Thank you for trying to help me with this one. I'm sorry that I had provided the incorrect link - way too tired at that point. I eventually figured it out on my own and then had trouble getting back into this site to acknowledge your effort on my behalf. All is good now - thanks again~ – mktggirl Jun 6 '11 at 14:24
Please add your solution as an answer and mark it as answer. – toscho Jun 6 '11 at 14:27
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Switching to a new navigation plugin solved this problem!


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