Release Notes – 2019.02.21

Release Notes – 2019.02.21

 February 21, 2019


  • Reactivations of cancellation accounts, or suspensions
    Added code in the reactivation block (cancelled accounts only) that attempts to re-connect a Domain record to the reactivated account from the domain stored in the Cancel Request.
  • Auto-expire/delete saved payment methods
    Stored payment methods will now be purged after a month if they have not been used.
  • Upgrading Accounts to Pro – Saved Searches Nav Menu
    Upgrading or downgrading an account will no longer make changes to nav links to prevent unnecessary work for CS agents processing the change.
  • Ability to remove agent from agent select input
    Agent select inputs on modal forms will now properly filter out hidden agents and agents that cannot accept leads.
  • Price filters updated to support rental prices
    Updated new IDX price inputs to better handle rental (monthly) price ranges
  • Location filter – submit form on enter key
    After selecting a location value in the new IDX quick search bar widget, the enter key will submit the form and take the user to IDX search results
  • Listing details baths breakdown
    All possible bathroom data types (Full Baths, Half Baths, 1/4 baths, etc.) are now being included in the “Essential Information” block on the react listing details page

Bug Fixes

  • Form autoresponse not working
    Fixed a case where form auto responses would fail to send for child accounts.
  • Office Agent Invitation has extra characters
    Errant characters removed from customer communication.
  • Location filter value comes back after deleted
    When the location input value was empty, the currently selected location value was displayed as a placeholder, which was confusing when users tried to backspace out the input to type a new value So to fix the user confusion issue.. when the input value is empty, the selected value prop now receives “null”, and therefore displays the muted default placeholder which is “Type a city, neighborhood, etc.”
  • New IDX Status filters don’t work
    Display status filters were not yet implemented. They are working now.
  • Property Subtype Advanced filter doesn’t work
    New IDX search tools now properly support the property subtype filter.
  • Listing details page: button icons need space
    Icons were too close to the text in some of the buttons on listing details pages (new IDX). This has been fixed.
  • View results button loading feedback
    While fetching a new set of results from the server, the View Results button in the More Filters modal dialog now shows “Loading Results…” instead of “0 results”
  • Save / unsave listing on mobile (new IDX)
    “Save listing” was working on desktop but not on mobile. This has been fixed. The mobile version is now functioning the same as the desktop version
  • Listing thumbnail display issues
    Listing tile images were being stretched for some of our older templates. This has been fixed.
  • Pages > Standard Pages > Add A Page doesn’t work
    Fixed issues with page editing interface caused by early removal of near deprecated code.
  • Listing manager issues
    Fixed issues with website editing interfaces caused by early removal of near deprecated code.
  • Unable to delete pages
    Fixed issues with page editing interface caused by early removal of near deprecated code.
  • Frenetic Featured Listing Carousel
    The new featured listing carousel “delay” property was missing, so the carousel was constantly in motion. This has been fixed
  • Printable version of listing details shows wrong agent info
    The printable versions of our MLS listings were not showing the correct agent profile when assigned through the featured listing system. This is now fixed.
  • Suppress Sold Price not working for widget on homepage
    Widget loading was not setting the flag correctly per the AgentOptions value, only the MLS compliance value. Updated the code to look at both.

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.