- 1 What are the pins in WordPress?
- 2 What is a sticky post?
- 3 How do I get rid of sticky posts in WordPress?
- 4 What is stick to the top of the blog?
- 5 How do I add a pin to my blog post?
- 6 What does display sticky mean?
- 7 What does sticky mean on a website?
- 8 How do I reorder posts in WordPress?
- 9 What does sticky mean in WordPress?
What are the pins in WordPress?
With the Post Admin Shortcuts Plugin, also known as the Post Pin Cushion, you can “pin” any post, page, or custom post type and have a link appear in the post dropdown menu. This is especially useful if you have certain posts that you update on a regular basis because now you can just pin them to your admin panel.
What is a sticky post?
A sticky post (or sticky thread) is a feature of many online forum and bulletin board tools. This allows a post to be stuck or pinned to the top of the screen. If it wasn’t pinned in this way then it would slowly be displaced by more recently posted items that are moved to the top to indicate activity.
How do I get rid of sticky posts in WordPress?
Remove the sticky post
- Go to Posts > All Posts.
- Hover on the post which is sticky previously ( — Sticky, will be there on the title of the post to know the sticky post )
- Quick Edit Options will visible there.
- Check Make this post sticky option on the right side.
- Unchecked on Make this post sticky to remove.
What is stick to the top of the blog?
By default, blogs display posts in reverse chronological order on the home page with the latest post at the top. You can make some posts sticky so the post will be “stuck” to the top of the blog’s front page.
How do I add a pin to my blog post?
To add the Pin It button to your blog post:
- Log into Pinterest (if necessary).
- In the top right menu, choose About | Pin It Button.
- Pinterest displays the Goodies area.
- Scroll down to the Pin It Button for Web Sites area.
- Provide the blog post web address for “URL of the page the pin is on.”
What does display sticky mean?
As you add posts to a WordPress site, older posts gradually rotate off the main screen into the archives. These are called “sticky” posts” because they are “stuck” to the front page of the site.
What does sticky mean on a website?
A sticky website can be defined as a website that entices visitors to hang around longer than usual and generally return in the future.
How do I reorder posts in WordPress?
After activating it click into “Post Types Order” under settings and you can enable the types of posts you want the reorder interface to show up on. Then under that post type you will see a new menu called “Re-order.” You can then drag and drop the posts within according to the order you want them to appear in.
What does sticky mean in WordPress?
WordPress by default shows your newest posts first. That’s when WordPress sticky posts feature comes in handy. A sticky post is a post that sticks to the top of your blog page. Unlike your regular posts, it stays on your blog’s front page until you remove its sticky option.