Finally! No more workaround for making “sticky posts”. No more laboriously changing the date of a post to make it stick to the top, as I explained in a previous post. WordPress has caught up with TypePad and is now offering sticky posts, too, just announced today. Fantastic! I’ve been waiting for this….
So, TypePad versus WordPress, now: TypePad-1, WordPress-1.
UPDATED: This post is now obsolete. WordPress now has sticky posts.
There hasn’t been that much good about TypePad on this blog for a while because I have become so fascinated with what WordPress really has to offer, but there’s one feature that TypePad has and WordPress not that I have noticed many users are asking for in the WordPress Forums, and that is “sticky posts”. Sticky posts are posts that you can pin or stick or feature as the first post of your blog regardless of the date when it was published. It can be several years old, if you want to. In WordPress you’re stuck with the good old blog rule of newest post first, oldest post last.
Fortunately, WordPress has a workaround, sort of…