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Saturday, May 01, 2010

Sticky post question and answers (plural)

This is a very frequent question and often answered by using editing the post date (newest) so that it always remain at the top. Previously we could postdate it to the future which is no longer possible because Blogger now will schedule the post to be published in the future instead of publishing it with the postdated date. Thus the post can at most post to current date and each time a new post is made at the current date, the date of the "sticky post" have to be edited again so that the new post is further into the past to make the "stick post" remain at the top: How to make post remain at the top of the homepage

Alternative is to add a Text or HTML/Javascript gadget at the top of the main column (posts) and write it like a post. His will have the disadvantage of being at the top of the main column in all pages of the blog, not only in the homepage: How you can easily make a "sticky post"

The third alternative is to try this hack - Chronological post order hack


  1. Hi! I'm from Brazil, so sorry if my english isn't that good.

    I'm having problems with my blog. I decided to switch to new blogger, but I know nothing about xml.

    I managed to do a lot, for someone who knew nothing. But it has some things that can't do. For instance, the link to the comments is below the title.

    It was a huge space between a post and another. And I can not get the blog title at the top.

    Could you help me? I'm desperate. My email is


    Thank you.

  2. What template are you using?

  3. This one:

  4. Thank you for the post ..

  5. HIIII I NEED HELP! I am trying to make the image at the top of my layout exactly like this womans please help how do i do it!

  6. hi Peter im new in sorry if the question that i will ask sound so stupid...haha but i need to know how to make "you may like also" column at the end of the post of blog.. i saw most of the blog have that column but i dunno how to do it..thank you..

  7. littlequteshoppe, you can create your own at LinkWithin. If you have any problem let us know.


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