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c32v May 5, 2009 11:46 PM

Show sticky posts in category pages
 
Hello!
The sticky post appears first just in homepage (last posts in my case). How can i make to sticky appears first in category page?
Thanks!

paulae May 6, 2009 06:09 AM

You need a plugin for this, although I think it should be built-in to future WP versions.

http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/astickypostorderer/

TheSupercargo Dec 10, 2010 04:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by paulae (Post 6179)
You need a plugin for this, although I think it should be built-in to future WP versions.

http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/astickypostorderer/

Is this facility now built-in to to WP 3.0 or higher?

If yes, can you point me to it?

I want to put a short Post at the top of each Catagory Page, describing the contents of the page. I want it to stick there.

I cannot see how to make Astickypostorderer do this. It seems only designed to reorder the the sequence of catagories rather than the posts within them.

---- Later ----

OK - I have worked out how to use Astickypostorderer to do what I want. More or less. It's a bit unreliable since it also changes the order of diplayed posts - but I can work round that. At least it gives me the 'Contents' Post stuck to the top of the Catagory Page.

Would be VERY nice though with a simpler way of doing this. Is there some EASY way of putting a simple text banner at the top of a catagory page?

TheSupercargo Dec 12, 2010 08:37 AM

Thanks STB, but I've solved this now.

Simply used the recommendation from the Codex at
http://codex.wordpress.org/Category_Templates
under "Different Text on Some Category Pages"

The trick was finding where to put the php code snip Wordpress proved.

For anyone else looking, it's directly after the first line of code -- this:

<?php /* get all options: */
include (TEMPLATEPATH . '/functions/bfa_get_options.php');
get_header(); ?>

-- in the Main Index Template (index.php)

:)


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