How to move posts into a differnt order?

United States
December 3, 2007 3:25pm CST
I have this blog,I want to add mor eposts from time to time,but I want the first entry when you pull it up to always be in that spot. Here is my blog. http://ywieangiebabe.blogspot.com/ Here there a way to do it? Can you explain it to me? Thanks I just started this one I have another but I don't mind where the post are. http://angiemoney.blogspot.com/
4 responses
@a_manick (880)
• India
6 Dec 07
I am not sure whether I understood correctly. I think you want a particular post to always stay on top of others. As others have pointed out, you can change your posting date to few years from now. Another option is to insert a text page element on top of your blog posts page element. You could write whatever you want in the text element. It may not look like a post. It may not be suitable for a long post. But, if you are looking at something like a short description of your blog, or you want to drag the reader's attention to something, you can do this. This is similar to displaying a 468x60 add on top of your posts. The advantage of this approach is it will stay there even if you open your archives or item pages. Thanks. Regards, http://assessmyblog.blogspot.com/
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• United States
6 Dec 07
Thanks i will check yours out and see what I can come up with,I plan to post a new posts on this blog soon regarding proof of payments from yuwie,I guess that will be the true test to see if I worked it out right.
• Philippines
5 Dec 07
Such a thing is called a "sticky post". Other platforms have that option, but in Blogger, like what the others have mentioned, you just have to set the date to a future date. As of now, forward-dated entries in Blogger are made "sticky". However, some bloggers want forward-dated posts to be automatically published on the exact date (to enable them to write drafts that will be automatically published in the future, even if the blogger is offline), so the method we've mentioned might change in the future.
• United States
5 Dec 07
Good point,I have changed the date,but haven't done any new post yet,still working on my lastest one. So we will see.
• Malaysia
3 Dec 07
Well, basically, you'll just have to play with the post time and date entry. That's the only way I can think of at the moment.. =)
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• United States
3 Dec 07
Ok thanks I will give that a try. I thought it might be a bit tricky,but guess it shouldn't be too hard,right lol.
@jayjose (102)
• Philippines
7 Dec 07
like what others have said, just play with the date. I believe that there's an option near the tags for more option during posting, it will expand the lower portion and will show the date, you may alter it.