There are four types of content pages: normal Content pages, Area pages, Agent Landing pages, and a Home page. They share some common functionality, but are also specialized for different uses. Click the appropriate links in the table of contents to the right for details on the use cases for each type of page.
The following options are common between content, area, and home pages.
The following fields are common to both Content and Area pages, but are not applicable to Home pages.
The advanced options for a page are near the bottom. They are initially hidden or collapsed, so they must first be expanded:
The landscape image spreads on the top of your page. There are various selections you can choose to do.
Sidebars and Footers work similarly for sharing common content between multiple pages. You can pick a sidebar (and/or footer) from a drop-down list. These will appear on the side or at the bottom of every page that uses the given sidebar or footer. You can create a new sidebar (or footer) by clicking the green plus, remove a sidebar (or footer) by clicking the red “x”, or edit a sidebar (or footer) by clicking on the yellow pencil.
You can add a custom capture form to a page if you attach ?view to the page's URL or if you select the Require Capture option on the page.
Learn more about the Capture Forms here.
This is handy for displaying custom-tailored property listings on a page. To do this, define a search by specifying the desired number of results, one or more criteria, and a sort order. Optionally, you can specify a header to appear above the property listings.
Let's change the search criteria by adding a city criteria (1) and adding another criterion (2) specifying the minimum number of bedrooms (3):
Content pages can contain arbitrary content, but for your convenience, we've provided a few handy templates for common use cases.
A basic page with arbitrary content, with all of the options listed under Common Elements as well as a property search form above the main content.
Same as Default with Search, but with a foreclosure search instead.
Similar to Default content page, but property listings are split into as many pages as necessary. The number of properties on each of these pages is determined by the Number of Properties field under Property Display Search Options.
About pages are handy for listing your agents, and possible linking to their Agent Detail pages. There is also a special field to list testimonials.
Use this page for providing detailed bios of your agents.
An Area page is essentially a content page dedicated to a geographical area. You can set up area pages for regions, cities, or neighborhoods. The search form at the top of an area page is narrowed down to just the area specified in the Area name field.
It can be advantageous to organize Area pages in a hierarchy, for example:
To accomplish this, use the Parent drop-down as described at the bottom of the Basic Fields section.
An Agent Landing page is a Content Page that can have an agent assigned to it. When a new user arrives at an Agent Landing Page and then signs up, the new lead will bypass the normal round robin assignment process. The new lead will be assigned directly to the agent and idle lead reassignment will not be applied.
The Home page is the first page that's displayed at yoursite.com. Obviously, there should be only one Home page.
You can also delete one or more pages in bulk.