Display listings on a page

WordPress has shortcodes. When you add a Rover IDX shortcode to a page, Rover IDX will replace that shortcode with fully formed Rover IDX content, as defined by the shortcode. For instance:

Add searchable listings to a page using the [rover_idx_full_page] shortcode

Refine that page to start off with listings in the city of `Eagle`

Add the cities parameter. The search panel will pre-select ‘Eagle’ in the cities checkboxes, and listings in the city of ‘Eagle’ will be displayed.

Display Listings for Specific Cities and Property Types

rover_idx_full_page cities=”Truro,Wellfleet,Eastham” prop_types=”singlefamily,condo,land”
See the shortcode help for cities and prop_types for details

Display My Office Listings

rover_idx_results_as_table listing_office_mlsid=”*”
See Display My Listings for details

Display My Own Listings

rover_idx_results_as_table listing_agents_mlsid=”*”
See Display My Listings for details

Display New Listings in Specific Cities

rover_idx_results_as_table cities=”Bellevue,Kirkland,Redmond,Woodinville,Bothell,Mill Creek” prop_types=”singlefamily,condo” date_added=”3days”
See the shortcode help for date_added for details

Display Listings for New Construction

rover_idx_results_as_table prop_types=”singlefamily,condo” newconstruction=”true”
See the shortcode help for newconstruction for details

Display Listings that have upcoming Open Houses

rover_idx_results_as_table prop_types=”singlefamily,condo” open_house_in_next_x_days=”7″
See the shortcode help for open_house_in_next_x_days for details

Please review all parameters that can be used in Rover IDX shortcodes in our Shortcode Help.