Need help? Check out our Support site, then


Visibility of Sticky Posts

  1. I'm using iTheme2 for my blog, which requires a sticky post to have a featured image in order to show up in the posts slider. However, the sticky posts that show up in the slider are removed from the homepage. Is there any way to use css and continue having all posts (sticky or not) show up under the posts slider?
    Thanks!

    The blog I need help with is futbolpulse.com.

  2. No there is not.

  3. Are you sure? I previously asked if there was a way to remove featured images from the top of posts, and you said their wasn't, but I eventually figured it out.

  4. I'm sorry that happened before. No I'm not sure but it does sound to me like you your can do CSS editing that will result in think every post marked as a sticky post will perpetually display in the featured post slider so that's what I responded to. However, not to worry, as either a Volunteer who provides CSS help or Staff will provide a definite answer.

  5. RATS! I'm sorry about the typos above. Here we go again.

    No I'm not sure but it does sound to me like you think you can do CSS editing that will result in every post marked as a sticky post perpetually displaying in the featured post slider on the front page, and I don't think you can, so that's what I responded to. However, not to worry, as either a Volunteer who provides CSS help or Staff will provide a definite answer.

  6. iTheme2 also has lets you feature up to 30 posts in it’s featured post section on the home page. http://theme.wordpress.com/themes/itheme2/

  7. Sorry, let me rephrase my question:
    I would like all my posts, sticky or not, to appear in full length under the slider. I made my 6 latests posts sticky so that they appear in the slider, but I still want them to appear in full length in the homepage. Otherwise, my 6 latests posts are in the slider, and the full-length posts begin with the 7th latest and further back.
    Is there any way to do this using css?
    Thanks!

  8. Hi there,

    It looks like you wouldn't be able to do this just with CSS; however, you could duplicate the posts and not mark them as sticky to make them appear in your blog timeline. I think this may make your stats a bit messy, so depending on how dependent you are on stats, it may or may not be an ideal solution.

    Your blog looks great, by the way!

Topic Closed

This topic has been closed to new replies.

About this Topic