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Create a post-based slider populated with your blog's Sticky Posts

1. Setup your post-based slider with some default options.

Leave the category/tag selections empty to pull in all Stick Posts.

Or select some categories/tags to restrict Sticky Posts to those selections.

2. Add the following code to your theme's "functions.php" file.

function slider_sticky_posts($query, $slider_id) {
    // only apply the special filter for slider with "x" ID
    if($slider_id == 4) {
        // only include "sticky" posts
        $query['post__in'] = get_option( 'sticky_posts' );
    return $query;
add_filter('revslider_get_posts', 'slider_sticky_posts', 10, 2);

3. Choose which posts will be pulled into the slider

Visit one of your posts, and select "Edit" from the "Publish -> Visibility" section.

Then choose "Stick this post to the front-page" to tag the post as a "Sticky".

Quick Note:

Unless your website is already setup to display posts on its homepage, designating a post as a "Sticky" like this will not effect your current homepage content (aside from the possible "Sticky Post" slider that you may be adding with this tutorial).

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