Mark a post to be placed at the top of a specified tag archive. It's sticky posts specifically for tags.
|Author:||Tom McFarlin (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||3.4.1|
|WordPress version tested:||4.2.11|
|Added to WordPress repository:||27-08-2012|
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
|Total downloads:||5 432|
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A post marked as a 'Tag Sticky' displaying at the top of an archive page
The new menu item for selecting which in which tag to stick the given post
Disabled options show that a tag already has a sticky post
The post dashboard indicating which entries are tag sticky posts
- Change plugin authorship.
- Changing plugin ownership
- WordPress 4.2.1 compatibility
- WordPress 4.1 compatibility
- WordPress 3.9 compatibility
- Implementing the singleton pattern
- Adding support for custom post types
- Adding a file to invoke an instance of the plugin
- WordPress 3.8 compatibility
- Introducing support for multiple tags in the querying string. So if your URL contains
tag/tag1+tag2+tag3and a post is tagged in that set, it will be highlighted.
- Added several private helper functions to impropve code readability
- Improved the meta data serialization process by refactoring the code
- Removing the custom.css support as it was causing issues with other plugin upgrades. Will be restored later, if requested.
- Improving support for adding custom.css so that the file is also managed properly during the plugin update process
- Updating localization files
- Updating function calls to use updated PHP conventions
- Adding a function to dynamically create a custom.css file if one doesn’t exist
- Verifying compatibility with WordPress 3.5
- Initial release