Rover IDX 2.1 allows you to choose whose map you’d like to display on the Property Detail Page. You can choose from Bing, Google, Mapbox, and Mapquest. Setup is simple – just paste your map key. You can also set the Zoom and Map Type (the style). The different maps have different styles, so it’s … Read more Property Page Map – you choose
Rover IDX 2.1.0 is primarily a performance release. It contains many enhancements to improve overall speed. In addition, these features are included: Layouts Improved ability to display listings from multiple MLS regions in one search result. Property Layout slideshow with lazy loading images and swipe gestures. New Listing layouts, along with the ability to customize … Read more Announcing Rover IDX 2.1.0
We are thrilled to announce that Rover IDX 2.0 will become available this week. A long time in the making, Rover IDX 2.0 is packed with new features you’ve been asking for: New, more modern looking Search Panels! Facebook login Ability to combine counties, cities, areas, subdivisions… into one drag and drop organized search control on Search … Read more Announcing Rover IDX 2.0
Rover IDX allows one license-holder to use that license on up to 5 domains. Managing those domains is going to get a bit easier with this feature. Rover IDX 2.0 will allow you to copy your Styling settings from one site to another: Enter the domain id of the site source website. Go to that … Read more Rover 2.0 Sneak Peak: Copy Settings from Another Site
Rover performs searches in real-time (immediately) as you change selections on the search panel. So you do not need a Search button when listings or a map are displayed on the same page. As you make changes to the search panel, the map and listings update almost instantly. If you have a page that … Read more Where is the Search button?
Listing addresses are geocoded to get the correct latitude and longitude. Sometimes, especially when the address was not correctly input by the agent during the creation of the MLS listing, that geocoding goes awry: Detecting that the geocode didn’t quite give us what we expected isn’t so easy. The geocode succeeded, we just got wrong … Read more How to handle stray map markers