Hi I would like to no how to organize the services, meaning setting the orders.
I’ve created some categories but the services appears in the order “last created”.
Thanks for your answer


As default, every post are sorted by published date. So, to change the order of your post, you have to change the published date or you also can try to install this plugin to reorder the post by drag and drop.


Thank you so much for your answer, this is great, works perfectly.

Great! Happy to help :slight_smile:

I have another question please.
On my home page, i would like to link 2 widgets with a button.
On my website
I’d like the button “voir nos autres services” to linkk to the widget "nous proposons egalement"
What should I write the the url field of the widget?
Thanks for your answer.


You can add #pg-52-3 in the URL field.
Please make sure you open new topics when you have different questions rather than posting in a resolved topic so it’s easier for us to notice them and reply. Thanks.

When I push the customize button to customize Sydney I get the following message:

Fatal error: Call to undefined method WP_Customize_Manager::add_panel() in /hermes/bosoraweb176/b2797/ipg.marriage1to10com/wp-content/themes/sydney/inc/customizer.php on line 103

My site is and is hosted on

Solved the problem above by updating to a more recent version of WordPress.

Thanks for your answer, sorry about the post here…
Works great, but can you explain why “#pg-52-3” please, because in the same spirit, I’d like the links on the menu on top, to link to some widget on the front page. See for example, on the menu “nos services” to link to the widget “nos services” on the front page. Can you tell me how to do it please. Thanks you in advance.

Sure, 52 is your page ID. You can find it if you click on Edit Page and check the URL bar in your browser.
3 is the position of the row. The count starts from 0 and the row you wanted to link to is the fourth one, so the number you need is 3.
If, for example, you wanted to link to your first row (the image with the quote) you would add #pg-52-0.
Take into account that if you plan to link from your menu you’ll have to do it like this so it’s accessible from any page.

Ok, great I get it, but, where do I have to place the URL, for an item in the menu to link to it?