Tag Sticky Post

Description

Tag Sticky Post allows you to mark a post to be displayed – or stuck – to the top of each archive page for the specified
tag.

Tag Sticky Post…

  • Allows you to select which tag in which to stick a post
  • Will display the post on the top of the first page of the archive just like WordPress’ sticky posts
  • Will only allow you to stick a single post per tag
  • Displays whether or not a post is stuck in a tag on the Post Edit dashboard
  • Provides light styling that should look good in most themes
  • Is available on each post editor page
  • Is fully localized and ready for translation
  • Includes a custom.css file so that you can style the plugin to look however you want

For more information or to follow the project, check out the project page.

Development Information

Tag Sticky Post was built with…

Screenshots

  • A post marked as a 'Tag Sticky' displaying at the top of an archive page
  • The new menu item for selecting which in which tag to stick the given post
  • Disabled options show that a tag already has a sticky post
  • The post dashboard indicating which entries are tag sticky posts

Installation

Using The WordPress Dashboard

  1. Navigate to the ‘Add New’ Plugin Dashboard
  2. Select tag-sticky-post.zip from your computer
  3. Upload
  4. Activate the plugin on the WordPress Plugin Dashboard

Using FTP

  1. Extract tag-sticky-post.zip to your computer
  2. Upload the tag-sticky-post directory to your wp-content/plugins directory
  3. Activate the plugin on the WordPress Plugins dashboard

Contributors & Developers

“Tag Sticky Post” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Translate “Tag Sticky Post” into your language.

Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

Changelog

2.4.1

  • Change plugin authorship.

2.4.0

  • Changing plugin ownership

2.3.0

  • WordPress 4.2.1 compatibility

2.2.0

  • WordPress 4.1 compatibility

2.1.0

  • WordPress 3.9 compatibility

2.0.0

  • Implementing the singleton pattern
  • Adding support for custom post types
  • Adding a file to invoke an instance of the plugin
  • WordPress 3.8 compatibility

1.2

  • Introducing support for multiple tags in the querying string. So if your URL contains tag/tag1+tag2+tag3 and a post is tagged in that set, it will be highlighted.
  • Added several private helper functions to impropve code readability
  • Improved the meta data serialization process by refactoring the code

1.1.2

  • Removing the custom.css support as it was causing issues with other plugin upgrades. Will be restored later, if requested.

1.1.1

  • Improving support for adding custom.css so that the file is also managed properly during the plugin update process
  • Updating localization files

1.1

  • Updating function calls to use updated PHP conventions
  • Adding a function to dynamically create a custom.css file if one doesn’t exist
  • Verifying compatibility with WordPress 3.5

1.0

  • Initial release