Making a Sticky Post look like normal post

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  • #53782

    JohnMF
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    Hi

    I want to make a sticky post, but I don’t want it’s layout/style to be different from any other posts.

    I’m using “Going Green” theme at the moment, and when you make a sticky post, it changes the way it looks by putting it in a box and moving the featured image. I want it to just look like anything other post (except stickied).

    Is there a way to do this?

    Thanks

    #53802

    anitac
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    Please post the URL of your website so we can take a look at what you have.


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    #53834

    JohnMF
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    here’s my site.

    Not sure how much help that will be because I don’t have the sticky post on at the moment cos it’s not the way i want it to look. I just need it to look like the rest, but stick to the top of the page http://www.sportmurcia.com

    #54218

    JohnMF
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    Anyone one any ideas?

    #54238

    braddalton
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    You can remove or modify the CSS which styles your sticky post.

    Here’s the code which style’s the sticky post:
    [css]
    .sticky {
    background-color: #e8e7e3;
    margin: 0 0 40px;
    padding: 20px 30px;
    }
    [/css]


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    #54242

    braddalton
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    Also remove this from line 91 of your child themes style.css file as well as the above code on another line which you can find using Notepad++ and searching for sticky:
    [css]
    .sticky,
    [/css]


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    #54257

    JohnMF
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    Okay, I’ll give that a go. Thanks Brad.

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