A Sticky Post

This post is sticky. It gets a special style and always resides at the top of the home page. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet. Suspendisse bibendum nulla vitae eros lobortis ullamcorper. Aenean pretium hendrerit ipsum, vitae aliquet ligula commodo vitae nonummy est aliquet. Ut ultrices, nulla id fringilla condimentum, augue tellus vehicula nisi, volutpat tincidunt mi nisi quis ligula. Vivamus in lectus nisl. Pellentesque viverra mauris eget lectus vestibulum hendrerit fringilla arcu eleifend. Nam ut turpis diam, in varius tellus. Quisque id nisl neque, eget aliquet nibh. Cras eget urna velit, ac egestas quam. Fusce lobortis, risus id cursus vestibulum, risus mi tempor turpis, sit.

About Matt (Thomas) Miklic

Whitespace Distributor at Automattic.
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8 Responses to A Sticky Post

  1. Bob says:

    If you made this a widgetized area similar to what can be done with thematic, the “sticky” part could be used on any page. Functionality like what you get with a plugin like the advanced text widget (wordpress.org/extend/plugins/advanced-text-widget/) would make this very flexible.

  2. Brent Logan says:

    I’m curious to see how this theme handles more posts than fit on the main page. I prefer links that refer to time (earlier/newer) instead of ambiguous (next/previous), especially when “next” links to older posts.

  3. Stephen says:

    looking great

    will this theme have html5?

  4. Enej says:

    Hi Matt

    Is it possible to get a copy of this blogs export. I know there are a few of them out there, but they are a bit dated. I really like how you have a very clean structure, and clean titles. It would help anyone that is trying to develop a theme. They would just import your sample content. Also thanks for your great work.

    Enej

    • Matt Thomas says:

      The content here is still from a mix of sources so I need to be sure I have the right to give it away. Once 2010 is wrapped up though, I’ll fix up an export for download.

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