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I want to create a second “blog roll” for my picture a day project. I don’t want the posts of the 2nd blogroll to be included in the main blogroll and vice versa. Following the advice on this forum, I was able to achieve this by creating a category (in this case, Project 365) and excluding it from the main blog roll.
However, I wanted a sticky post at the beginning to describe this category (for example, picture a day for 2013). WordPress’ sticky post functionality does not work as it does on my blogroll. Is there a way to have a separate blogroll (a way to separate the posts of this topic from the main blogroll) with a description of the project before the posts?
If I understand you right, you want to have a way to explain to users that when on the Picture a Day page they are seeing your daily pictures from 2013?
If so, I would create a new template in the Template builder and add a text block at the top of the template followed by a blog element. In that blog element you select that category only and in the Text block you put your description.
You could also use the page content to explain the page or any of the other elements available.
Then just assign that template to the page you’ll use to show that post category.
Thank you Devin! I’m not sure why I didn’t think of that. It worked out beautifully.
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