Release Notes – 2016.12.01

Release Notes – 2016.12.01

 December 1, 2016

New Features

  • New Template Series: Atmosphere
    Featuring a customizable header. Insert a phone number and social icons in the upper right corner and add a corporate logo to the left of the main navigation.
  • New Template Series: City
    Featuring a large banner area, and a minimalist navigation floating on top of the banner. For maximum legibility, be sure to use a banner image with a darker, flat colored area at the top.
  • Sort client visit/notes by date descending
    Client database client notes and visit information is now sorted by most recent first.

Bug Fixes

  • Address field added to CSV export
    The CSV export from the LeadTracker Client database now includes the address data for clients.
  • Removed Agent Setting to “Hide Courtesy Of Notice”
    The administrator option to hide the “Courtesy Of” notice for listings has been removed. Almost every MLS requires that this info be displayed, and hiding it is a compliance issue.
  • Contact Form Bug
    New forms were being created without the “Name:” field being properly identified as a ‘name’ input, causing submission problems. The bug has been resolved and all existing forms with this issue have been fixed.
  • Settings not refreshing
    IDXpro search restrictions were not updated to handle the listing status restriction changes. This has been fixed.
  • Renewal notice charges unclear
    The page showing the charges when switching to annual billing was confusing to some customers. Adjusted presentation for clarity.
  • Client Database – HouseTrack expiration
    You can now extend HouseTrack email subscriptions with a link in the client database.
  • LeadTracker: Client Tags
    When searching by Tags in the client database, the available tags will autocomplete as you type.
  • Search results pages: Empty pages
    When paging through a set of search results, if a page of results is requested that is too high (no longer enough search results to populate the page) the website will now redirect back to the first page of results.
  • Footer Link Formatting
    Some footer link were broken when we converted the footer links section to custom content. The problems have been corrected and the footer link widgets were regenerated.
  • Quick Search Widget not showing default property types
    Fixed a problem where the quick search widget did not have proper “property type” defaults set. Also, on the Admin Settings: Search Restrictions page, a “some listing types disabled” note was showing up whether or not there were types selected. Now the message only shows if something is selected.
  • LeadTracker: Client Notes
    Embedded ampersands (&) in note text caused truncation of note when saving, editing or deleting a note immediately after creating it didn’t work, and notes did not display line breaks. All of these issues were corrected.
  • Missing Banner
    A banner for one of the new templates was mistakenly added to the banner library and released too early. It has been removed.
  • IDXPro Quick search issue
    When typing a city manually on the quick search form, a bug prevented our system from recognizing the text entered in the form {City, State}. This has been fixed.
  • Error editing Clients while logged in as an agent
    An agent was unable to edit clients in the Client Database. There was a missing authentication check. This has been fixed.
  • Admin: Domains Page (Office Package)
    On Office Package accounts, the Domains page was displaying incorrect domain names for individual agent websites (using the TLD “” instead of just “”). This has been corrected.
  • iHOUSE CLASSIC: Copied Listings Missing Photos
    The listing copy function in iHOUSE Classic was not correctly picking up the photos for listings. This has been fixed.

Stephen Gruenholz

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.