Saturday, August 23, 2008

Sticky post

Q: How do I keep a post at the top of my blog? I want it displayed for a week and then let it drop into the archives when I don't need it anymore.

Ref:" creating a sticky post"
Go to your post editor and click on "post options". A new window will open. Change the date of your (sticky) post to 30th August 2008. This post will stay on top for a week. If you wish to make a sticky post to stay up longer, change the year to next year.

There is another way to make a sticky post. Use a text gadget. Drag it to the top of the page.


  1. David,

    Thank you so much for your help on making a post sticky.... I have been looking all over for that information and with your blogs help I fixed it in less than 30 seconds ...

    Thanks again

  2. Thanks for this tidbit.. I do a genealogy blog and would like the meetings and pertinent topics to stay at the topic but didn't even think to ask if there might be a way.. have to learn NOT to do that.. assuming is not a good thing!! Thanks again!

  3. hello there, am experiencing the same problem re: arranging my post in the order that I want them to appear on my blog page...but am having an initial to where can I find that post editor and post options? Thank you so much.


  4. Dyreen,
    After you sign on to your blog, using your ID and Password, you will see a "pencil" icon under every post. Please click on that and you will be in the post editor.
    When you are there, scroll down and you will see "post options". Click on that and a new window will open, allowing you to change the date or time. Publish post.


  5. Thank you so much David for your very helpful tip. More power to you and your family. Keep up the good work.


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