Release Notes – 2020.02.27

Release Notes – 2020.02.27

 February 27, 2020


  • New Blog Setting for Omitting Photo
    New blog setting allows you to show/hide the featured image on blog posts.
  • Sample listings showing real listing information
    Fixed bugs in sample data where the real address was being shown as part of the URL, and the real mls# as part of the basic info section on listing details.
  • Unsticky nav bar option on react templates
    There is no UI for this. It is a database only field for now.

Bug Fixes

  • Blog routing issues
    blog pages not properly loading all content on react routed loads
  • Map shows up when Viewing All
    The ‘view more’ button for saved search widgets now properly respects the view settings for the saved search page.
  • Unable to select Property type
    All backend screens that include react components now use an account/template agnostic version of the styles. Note that for template and account styles that choose white as the primary color, there will still be problems in certain areas of the front end website.
  • Feature details on manual listings don’t get categorized correctly
    Improved consistency of listing feature display for manual/featured listings.
  • Search defaults not enforced on map search
    Map search should now properly respect search defaults on react templates.
  • Incorrect Leased Date
    Handled the case where the closed date value is 0000-00-00 00:00:00, as well as when it’s blank.
  • Document page login issue
    Fixed password protected documents pages on react templates.
  • Listing load issue
    Cleaned up bad query data.
  • Grid showing blank boxes
    Fixed issues with listing grid widgets showing empty boxes instead of collapsing when no results are available.

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.