An optional feature used for organizing pages in a hierarchy.
The parent feature is not recommended for beginner users.
An example URL using the parent hierarchy is yourdomain.com/recreation/golf. The Recreation page has been defined as the parent of Golf on the Golf page in the site backend. Without defining Recreation as the parent, the URL for the Golf page would simply have been yourdomain.com/golf.
Title: Appears in the title bar of your browser and is the first line of your Google search result.
A comma-separated list of keywords used by search engines.
Name of page as it will appear when linked from another page.
Last part of page URL. For example, /recreation/ is the slug ofyourdomain.com/recreation/. This field is automatically generated based on the Anchor Text/Page Name field.
The “meat” of the page. Can contain a variety of elements including headers, paragraphs of text, links, lists, and images. For a detailed overview, see the Content Editor article.
These options are near the bottom of the page. They are initially hidden or collapsed, so they must first be expanded by pressing (Show):
You can override your default Landscape Header Image on a per page basis. Choose to display a different Gallery image, Custom image, or no image at all.
Below the image selection is the ability to override the image's alternate text. This text will replace the image on rare occasions where the image doesn't load properly, such as the user having a very slow internet connection.
Sidebars and Footers work similarly for sharing common content between multiple pages. You can choose one of your sidebars or footers from the drop-down list. These will appear on the side or at the bottom of every page that uses the given sidebar or footer.
Here, you can also create a new sidebar or footer by clicking the green plus sign.
This tool is handy for displaying tailoring the properties listed on a page.
To display listings on your content or area page:
1. Optionally, specify a header to appear above the property listings. 2. Enter the number of properties you would like displayed. 3. Press the Create Search button. 4. Specify your search options.
On the left, you can choose between multiple search fields to refine your search. Green represents location fields. Blue represents Property Detail fields. Commonly user's will search by Office or Agent Id.
Don't know your Office or Agent Id? Submit a Support Ticket with the number of one of your MLS listings and we can look this up for you. Please let us know that you are inquiring about your Office and Agent Id when sending the MLS number.
This is where you can override the default settings that display on the quick search box over your landscape image.
1. Optionally, edit the Header text of your quick search box. 2. Set the location, price, minimum number of beds, and minimum number of baths that appear by clicking the blue Set Search Defaults button.