Earlier this week, I received a following forum notification in my inbox regarding Tag Sticky Post:
I’ve downloaded the plugin Tag Sticky Post that will allow me to stick posts depending on which tag I’m currently browsing in my blog. The tag that will be checked is from the post’s custom_field “tag_sticky_post”. So, if I go inside the post and set post “A” to stick on tag “1”, if I go to http://www.myblog.com/tag/1 the post “A” will be shown on the top with a custom css class (to highlight it). So far so good.
The problem is that the plugin can’t seem to work when I’m browsing archives for 2 tags at the same time, like the example I gave above:
You can view the entire post here.
This prompted an update to the plugin that I’ll discuss in more length in another post, but first note that this particular use case provided a perfect example of the type of enhancement that fit with the vision of the plugin.
So yesterday, I officially released Tag Sticky Post 1.2.