if(!adhesive_get_options('category_only') || is_category())to:
if(!adhesive_get_options('category_only') || is_category() || is_tag())If you aren’t able to make posts sticky for whatever reason, then a kludge to still get the desired effect would be to put your intro copy directly into your template/theme and use a series of if/then statements to determine which copy to display based on which category/tag is active. UPDATE: Here is an example category page where I’ve added some intro copy in the form of a Sticky post.
You mentioned that a sticky post is available for Blogger by default. How is that so? I can’t find that feature. I have to do a workaround, and put the date of the post into the “futurest” possible. See
How to make a post remain at the top of the page
and an example of a sticky post:
I think what you are trying to do is not possible without actually editing PHP templates. If you are comfortable with PHP, then WordPress has a great hierarchical template model which allows you to modify the page that the posts are listed on per category basis. For example, for category 1 you may want to put a pciture on the page, but for category 2 you can change that picture by adding custom templates for each category. Following link might help you further:
A sticky post is very useful in terms of site navigation also, probbly why Google like them. I am going trough my content and making a few sticky posts as a test for a few weeks.