Child Page Order ('orderby')

  • Anonymous


    I just started using WP + Graphene and I wanted to be helpful and support this great theme.

    My issue was with loop-chldren.php r197 line 16. The orderby statement was ignoring the page order I had set. However, the issue seemed to resolve itself by changing:

    'orderby' => 'menu_order, title',


    'orderby' => 'menu_order', 'title',

    I hope this information is useful.


    Syahir Hakim


    The correct syntax is actually:

    'orderby' => 'menu_order title',

    I’ve fixed this and will be in the next update.



    I’ve been using the Graphene theme to build a site for a client (it’s really great–thank you!). I built a child theme. All has been well until today, when I changed the order of a child page, and my whole navbar then re-ordered and is ignoring my set page order. When I switch to another theme the page order is correct. When I switch to the Graphene base theme, the page order is broken the same way, so I know it’s not my child theme. Is this the same issue?



    Just wanted to clarify: the mis-ordered pages are the top level pages in the top main navbar. So perhaps this is a separate issue?

    The problem did occur after I changed the order of two child pages of a top-level page, oddly.



    Hi hanabel,

    Are you using Graphene 1.5.3?

    If so, please see this post for your fix:




    Thank you so much. I really appreciate it!


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