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HOW TO MAKE THIS POST STICKY IN WORDPRESS
by: Revengsky Joseph D. Reyes (a.k.a. rjdreyes)

This will help you to enable the make this post sticky, and your specified blog post be static on top or always top.

1. Go to Posts > click Posts or (All Posts in WordPress 3.2).
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2. At Posts or (All Posts in WordPress 3.2), for example you have MYEXAMPLE blog post, put your mouse key or hover it on the MYEXAMPLE blog post. You will see the Edit | Quick Edit | Trash | View.
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3. While you hover on it, click on the Quick Edit, and you will see the Status, next to it is the Make this post sticky.
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4. Check the box (Make this post sticky), and Click Update. Referesh your page, even you make a new post, your MYEXAMPLE blog post still on top or be static post. It won’t leave on your top blog post.

That’s all folks. I hope this helps. 🙂

Note : If you don’t want to see the post on top, and you want to disable it, just uncheck the checkbox (make this post sticky) and update the settings.
Related References / Entries :
Server Requirements on WordPress 3.2
Download WordPress 3.2 Official Site

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