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iTheme2 Displaying all posts even when stickied

  1. offthewalldaily
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    offthewalldaily.com

    All my posts are displayed, it only started happening recently. I used to have 1 post displayed on the main screen whilst old blog entries were 'stickied' and therefore added to the sliding bar. This no longer happens and the appearance of the site has been up in the air. It started 3 or 4 days ago, was perfect until then.

    Any ideas?

    The blog I need help with is offthewalldaily.com.

  2. You must unsticky most of the posts: the slider is meant as a showcase for some important posts or for your latest posts, not for all your posts.

  3. Hi there, I notice that you are no longer using iTheme2 on your blog. We recently made some updates to iTheme2, and so the glitch might have been the result of a caching issue. If you happen to switch back to iTheme2 and notice the problem occurring again, please let us know.

  4. The same thing happened to mine, moderator went in an removed the caching issue however...guess what I'm having the same problem. Not only that but the dates are missing from some posts and not others, some comments are missing from some posts an not others and posts on my front page are in a random order (rather than chronological). I've searched through the forums and notice that most other users who encountered this problem changed themes. I really didn't want to as it will involve of lot of shifting and reformatting of images etc. But it seems like this is my only option as the the support team have not been able to fix the issue. If anybody knows how to get my blogs back into chronological order and get my comments to show again, please do let me know.

    Thanks

  5. Hi @offthewalldaily and @thedouble45,

    Even though you are no longer using iTheme2, I wanted to let you know that we have just released an update for iTheme2 which should fix the issues you were having. We apologize for all of the trouble!

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