Release Notes – 2017.12.28 December 28, 2017
- Admin Menu “Account” Section
We have created a new “Account” section where account is no longer part of the website, but rather, the website is a part of the account. This is important now that one user can “own” multiple websites and edit their user profile independent of either. We’ve removed the “profile” tab from edit mode, so the logo and contact info block can now be edited from Website Admin >> Settings >> Branding. Now there is only a single agent photo for the administrator, edited from Account >> Agent Profile. Signature editing for any given user is now available to edit from their profile page.
- Lead source: per website/domain
For administrators with multiple websites, we now include lead source information so that lead notifications indicate which account to look into to follow up with new leads.
- Social Media Icon Hover Effects – Atmosphere Template
Social media icons for this series had a white background on mouse hover. This made the icon lose contrast. The hover color is now a darker color inherited by the template for improved visibility
- Separated logic for office agents and child websites
Changed application logic to be more resilient to the above use cases so if the agent user record is missing, it still allows for rendering by using a temporary/generic agent user object. Backfilled missing agent user records for this case
- Traffic Report Visit Totals text style
On new admin UI, the column headings on the ‘traffic report > visit totals’ page were lightly colored and had a very thin font weight making it hard to see against the white background. This has been fixed.
- Mortgage calc link not working in listing tools
Recent code cleanup broke the mortgage calculator link on listing details pages. This has been fixed.
- Custom form opt-in option not opting in
When you add the ‘marketing opt in’ field to a custom form, it did not show clients who used that as ‘opted in’ on the client database. This has been fixed.
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.