Marcus Couch


Perhaps some of you out there had some posts that maybe should’ve expired. Maybe some sticky posts. This plugin is called Expire Sticky Posts. Now what it lets you do is you can set a post to be sticky, but then you put an expiration date as to when it’ll stop being sticky, and then just revert back into the normal archive of posts again. I thought this was really handy. I don’t use sticky posts that often, but I can definitely see a use for it for those that do, so it was quite handy and I rated it a 8 out of 10.

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Rating: 8/10