While working on one of my WordPress sites I stumbled upon the need to customize (reorder) the column order while I was adding new columns on some admin pages. Specifically in my case, the "Manage Posts" and "Manage Pages" pages. I saw people on the coding sites asking how to do it, with no one responding to them, and I was unable to really come up with a simple example by doing a little Google-Fu, so I figured it out on my own and thought I'd share.
All you really need to do is shuffle around the $defaults variable (which is an array). Here's the code:
Email is such a important part of our daily lives and having your email do what you would like is so important. With Gmail you can customize it with Labs. I know in previous threads we have talked about this before however there are new labs out there so you might want to check it out again. So if your are not familiar with Labs you can kinda think of them as apps for your Gmail.
At the top of your Gmail click on the green hourglass or if you don't have that then click on "Settings"
In the navigation bar on the left-hand side of the "Open" and "Save As" dialog boxes there are options like My Recent Documents, My Documents, Desktop etc. This is convenient for when you open the same files over and over. Here's how to add one of your frequently used folders without having to navigate all over your network to find it.
Go to "Open" or "Save As". In this example, I want to add the folder called "Reports" I use this reports folder a LOT (which contains subfolders)