Adding asides to a sidebar

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    Just Me
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    I would like to use the aside post format to write some very short microblog posts and display them on the sidebar of my blog, which is using the Focus theme.

    I do NOT want the asides to appear in the main body of my posts.

    How can I do this?

    Or is there a better way to display short posts on my sidebar?

    Thank you!


    #37577

    cehwitham
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    Hi Michelle

    I think an easier way would be to create a category for “Shorts” or something similar. Then you can output posts in this category in your sidebar but also remove that category from your main post listing.

    I hope that helps. Let me know if you need any further pointers on how to achieve this.

    Chris


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    helena
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    Hey there Chris,
    I was just thinking along the same lines as Michelle (more or less) and I think your solution is just great! No messing with code or more plugins! I will give that a try. Thanks for a brill suggestion :)
    cheers,
    helena

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