Definitions for "Sticky"
Keywords:  stay, visitor, forum, thread, spend
A sticky thread is a thread that is not slippery. That is, no matter how many threads have been created after this one, it will always remain at (or near) the top of the list. These threads are usually either the most popular, or state general information that everyone should know about the board. Usually it is a good idea to check the sticky threads when you first come across a board.
A metric that refers to the capacity of a site or an ad to maintain a visitor's attention (page views or minutes per page) for an extended period of time. Chat rooms and games have traditionally been considered high "sticky" content, as well as financial services sites that offer calculators and worksheets.
A website quality referring to the amount of time a visitor stays at the site. A sticky site is one with longer than average visit times. An average web page visit is five minutes.
STICKY is a book of slice-of-life gay erotic comics written by Dale Lazarov and drawn by Steve MacIsaac. STICKY was originally serialized in three individual issues by Eros Comics / Fantagraphics; the series was collected, with remastered color, better paper and production values, and a new framing sequence, as a hardcover published by Bruno Gmünder Verlag.
Having the quality of sticking to a surface; adhesive; gluey; viscous; viscid; glutinous; tenacious.
hard to deal with; especially causing pain or embarrassment; "awkward (or embarrassing or difficult) moments in the discussion"; "an awkward pause followed his remark"; "a sticky question"; "in the unenviable position of resorting to an act he had planned to save for the climax of the campaign"
hard to prep matrix
moist as with undried perspiration and with clothing sticking to the body; "felt sticky and chilly at the same time"
Sweet dessert wines. Originally used to refer to Aussie liquor muscats and the like, this has evolved into a term for most any sweetie with high RS.
Keywords:  muggy, steamy, humid, tropics, warm
hot or warm and humid; "muggy weather"; "the steamy tropics"; "sticky weather"
(of prices and wages, etc.) - inflexible, slow to react to changes in supply and demand.
Sticky is a term used in the social sciences and particularly economics used to describe a situation in which a variable is resistant to change. For example, nominal wages are often said to be sticky. Market forces may reduce the real value of labour in an industry, but wages will tend to remain at previous levels.
In the Visual Composition Editor, the ability to drop multiple copies of a bean selected only once from the palette. When sticky is enabled, the mouse pointer remains crosshaired until you select either the Selection tool or another bean from the palette.
Reluctance to lift the feet off the ground. Earthbound.
Keywords:  wonderful, choice
a wonderful choice
Keywords:  surfers, everything, aim, try, want
many Web sites try to be "sticky," which means they aim to offer surfers everything they want without having to leave and go to another site.
Keywords:  glue, properties
having the properties of glue
Keywords:  perfect, idea
a perfect idea
While a sticky board may plane well it doesn't offer the acceleration expected.