How To: Make a WordPress Sticky Post…

Chris the Story Reading Ape passing on a very useful tip from poet and author Kevin Morris.. Sticky posts…

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Thanks to my good friend, author, poet and blogger, Kevin Morris, I now know how to make a Sticky Post for my home page.

What are Sticky Posts?

By default, blogs display posts in reverse chronological order on the home page with the latest post at the top. There isn’t a way to display posts in chronological order, but you can mark some posts as Sticky to make them appear above the other posts.

In other words, if there is a particular post you’d like your blog visitors to see when they land on your Home Page (where all your posts are displayed, latest post topmost), the Sticky Post is always displayed as if it was the latest post.

In my case, I’ve chosen one of the most popular posts I’ve written.

You Read – but do you leave REVIEWS?

(first posted on 8th May 2014)

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