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Sunday, January 21, 2007

Changing the Order of Your Posts

To change the order of your posts or to keep a sticky post on the top position of your blog at all times. All you have to do is.... go into the Dashboard and manage posts, edit the post you want to remain in the top position. This is also referred to as a sticky post when you change the date of a post as to keep it in the top position or in a specific order in your blog.

You will see at the bottom of your post is a Post Option. This will allow you to change the date and time of any or all of your posts. You can move your posts around or keep a particular one to remain at the top of your blog. Rearrange your posts in the order that suits your preferences.


OFIO said...

Bless your heart! I'm new here; found your post via HELP; just what I needed.

I will do the actual work another time, but I'm very happy to know how to do what I want to do. Many thanks!

Sherry said...

Thanks for your comment, I'm happy you found me too.

I'm available to help you when you're ready.

Keep in touch

Steve said...

Our issue is changing the date of a post to an earlier date than the current date (for example, changing a post made today to appear to be made on 1 April). It seems that Blogger no longer allows this (and, they used to). This doesn't seem to address this issue. Any other suggestions?

Thanks ...

Sherry said...

That is what I'm talking about here in this post. Read the later portion to understand how to do it. Blogger still allows me to do it and if you will go to edit post please check the post options at the bottom of your post, you should see it there.

Aqua24 said...

Thanks SO MUCH!!!I was stumped trying to figure out what to do and your post totally cleared it up. THANKS AGAIN!!

Sherrykins said...

Thanks so much for living your comment. Glad to hear this information was useful to you.

Karen said...

Good morning from Detroit!
Thank you for being a resource, I was getting pretty upset with the blog order thing!
You made life easier for me this weekend! (lol)