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How do you lock (or give priority) to a post?

  • Hello, this may be a simple question, but I just cant figure it out.

    I would like to write a welcome post for my page and have it stick at the top of the posts without having to edit the date stamp. I saw an example of this here: http://www.punktapes.com

    The welcome post is always at top with an older date stamp. is there a way to give priority to either a post or a category?

    thanks.
    Casey

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  • there are plugins (adhesive, cg-postorder, others…) that can force order something to the top.

    but, if you know there’s really basically one post, doesn’t often need to change, just create a custom home.php template, and custom-pull that one post…

    Thank you… the adhesive plugin worked perfectly.

    Casey

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