A short and sweet blog post this one… if you want to share a list of posts by tag or category, or the results from a search on a WordPress blog in the order in which they were posted, just add ?orderby=ID&order=ASC to the end of the URL.
What this means is that you can share tagged posts in a chronological view, rather than the default reverse chronological review. Which means your reader can read them in the right order without having to go through any grief…
[UPDATE: as Simon Dickson points out in a comment below, the above actually returns the order in which posts were created. For the order in which they were published, use ?orderby=date&order=ASC]
PS it works for feeds too…
PPS I just added this hack to my blog sidebar too – as a “View these posts in chronological order” link:
PPPS a whole host of other ordering parameters appear to be available too:
* orderby=menu_order Note: Only works with Pages.
* orderby=meta_value Note: A meta_key=keyname must also be present in the query.
* orderby=none – no order (available with Version 2.8)
* orderby=comment_count – (available with Version 2.9)
On wordpess.com blogs at least, the pagination parameters other than order don’t appear to work though? (nopaging=true (i.e. display all corresponding posts), posts_per_page=, paged=)