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How to make a Post "sticky"

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micheledc    0
micheledc

I just upgraded to PageLines Framework from free Platform. I couldn't find this on a search of the forums, so forgive me if this has already been asked and answered.  Could you direct me where to find how to make a Post "sticky" so that it stays at the top of the first website page (set for blog posts rather than static).

 

For example, I want to make the Post about the next meeting stay at the top until after the meeting, then make it "unsticky."  

 

I hope that makes some sense.

 

Thanks in Advance and sorry if I missed this in searching or if this question is in the wrong location.

 

Michele

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micheledc

Nevermind. It was actually in WordPress itself. Duh! I had to click Edit next to Visibility. Feel mighty dumb right about now . . .

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Don't feel that way. It's a learning curve.


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