Release Notes – 2017.09.21

Release Notes – 2017.09.21

 September 21, 2017


  • New Default sorting for Sold Listings
    Default sort order for sold listings was “days on site – new to old.” This is not the appropriate setting for most people who want recently sold properties first. Changed default sort order to “sold date – new to old”
  • Kill Zillow/Trulia syndication
    The official cutoff date for Zillow’s syndication has arrived and we are no longer syndicating to Zillow or Trulia
  • Banner slideshow improvements
    For all of our newest templates, banner slideshow whitespace has been eliminated. Each image will expand as little as possible to cover the full slideshow container, while maintaining the correct aspect ratio on all screen sizes.
  • Removed hyperlink underlines
    Some of our newest templates have global link underlining. Customer feedback indicates that link underlining is not wanted, so we have updated the newest templates to remove these underlines
  • Removed padding from header in city series templates
    We have eliminated as much padding as possible within the sticky navigation header to minimize the amount of screen that gets covered when scrolling
  • City Series template social icon colors
    For all “city series” templates, social icons in the header section matched the header background color exactly. These templates have been updated to have darker icons in the header for better contrast
  • Added to and from logging for template changes
    When a website changes templates, we will now log details for both the old and the new templates. This makes it easier to identify and restore past designs
  • Pretty URLs migration tool removed
    The Pretty URL migration tool has been disabled, as it has been deprecated for a while now.

Bug fixes

  • Meta title fixed on customer login screen
    The meta title of the new KeyCloak login screen was malformed with exposed HTML. This has been fixed.
  • Password Reset Error
    Fixed a rare case where the user unlink function was breaking the database when called from the agent directory
  • Unwanted MLS Disclaimers in Content vs Footer
    MLS disclaimers will now show in the footer for most contexts.
  • Enduser Save Listing Broken (dev only)
    Recent infrastructure upgrades broke enduser saved listings in our dev environment. This bug was corrected before reaching the production environment.
  • STG Admin Menu – LeadTracker Settings Updated Bug
    After saving LeadTracker settings in the stage environment, there was no green confirmation message until after navigating to a new page. This has been fixed.
  • Password creation for child accounts failing
    Some office agents were unable to log into the admin menu after resetting their passwords. This issue has been fixed.
  • Agent Profile listing status filter
    When setting a listing status filter on the agent profile screen, the filter was saved for the purposes of listing display, but it was not shown on the agent profile screen. This is fixed.
  • Manage status screen – add status button
    The Add Status button was broken on the Manage Statuses page in LeadTracker. Note that this page currently only shows for existing customers (not for new customers).
    Statuses will be changing soon to a fixed set of values, at which point this page will be eliminated completely.
  • Profile listing pagination
    An error when agent profile listings expanded to 2 pages has been resolved
  • Header widget stacking bug
    Header widgets were being added in a row instead of a column after some recent template styling changes. This has been fixed.
  • PW reset emails expire too soon
    Password reset emails were set to expire after 5 minutes, but this was too quick for some of the slower email clients. The time-out duration has been extended to 15 minutes

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.