AnonymousMay 26, 2011 at 8:02 am #1042
Just upgraded to 1.3 and I love the improvements.
However I have a sticky post which is not being stuck to the front page any more.
I have searched the source code for graphene 1.3 for “sticky” and there only hits are in changelog.txt, style.css and rtl.css.
So I don’t know where else to look to try to figure out why sticky posts aren’t working.
AnonymousMay 26, 2011 at 1:13 pm #14033
After some more trials, I found the following:
With the Graphene option “Front page posts categories” at its default setting of Disabled, the sticky post displays as expected.
If you override the default, (even if you select all possible categories), the sticky post is not promoted to the front page.
If you follow the links to find the sticky post among older posts, the sticky post is not put on a coloured background as it normally should be.
The website is http://compton.parish.hants.gov.uk/web/
At present I have put the Front Page Posts Categories back to default so the sticky post is displayed correctly.Admin
OK, I think I’ve fixed this but I need you to test it. Can you go and replace the theme’s
index.phpfile with the updated ones here:
AnonymousMay 27, 2011 at 10:30 am #14035
Many thanks for the speed response.
I installed the new code on my live site which stopped working, so I backed it out quickly.
It may be my fault.
I’ll need to take a bit more care and put up a test site to try again.
Will let you know how it goes.
AnonymousMay 27, 2011 at 3:39 pm #14036
It was my fault.
Now I’ve installed the new functions.php and index.php correctly, it seems to be working fine.
Sticky posts are displayed first on the home page (as long as they are in a category selected for inclusion on the front page)
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