Release Notes – 2016.09.01 September 1, 2016
- New Quick Search Bar Widget
There is now a simplified version of the quick search widget – similar to the one used over the banner area, but available to add anywhere on your website.
- Login “Remember Me”
Added “remember me” functionality for logins for the following user types: Agent (Admin), EndUser and Agent (Member). If you check the “remember me” checkbox when logging in, you will stay logged in for next 30 days. For security, a fresh login (within the last half hour) is required to access/edit sensitive account details like billing information.
- Pretty URLs for All
Over the next few days we are converting all existing accounts to use the new pretty URLs.
- Saved Search Map Widget: Title
The Saved Search Map widget was intentionally specified to not include a title, to allow for greater flexibility in editing. However, this was inconsistent with other widgets so a title has been added back so it conforms to the existing pattern. e-released 8/30.
- IDXPro: MFR Logo
In IDXPro, for FL-MID, in the spot for the mls logo in search results, just the text “MLS Logo” was showing up in a box. e-released 8/31
- Template Fix: Moment Series
Adjusted the cropping on the banner slideshow and other miscellaneous formatting issues.
- Template Fix: Footloose and Happy
The banner image was missing.
- Template Fix: T003
Template series T003 was modified so that on mobile devices, the main content area stacks on top of the side column.
- Template Selection: Preview
On both the marketing website gallery page and the in-product template selection page, the “Select this template” button is always be visible at all viewport sizes.
- Template Fix: Ultramodern Series
In some situations, the main navigation bar was “jumping” when you moused over it. The “view all” button now matches the styling of the other buttons. And “listing tags” now match the primary color of the design instead of neutral gray.
By Stephen Gruenholz
Stephen serves as both Graphics Manager and Product Manager at iHOUSEweb. He graduated from Cal Poly with a BS in Applied Art & Design and has been working as a Web Designer and Developer since 1998. He relentlessly pushes himself and the rest of the team to learn, grow, and innovate.