When using the Polygons parameter in a shortcode, the polygon will be displayed on the map. If you do not want it displayed (but still obeyed), use `show_polygons=”false”`


You can define one or more polygons (shapes on a map), and these polygons will define which listings display on a page. The page can display a map, or just listings with no map. See Polygon search for more information. By default, these polygons are drawn on the map. If you want the polygons to … Read more


Display listings within gates communities. If the MLS supports this, a “Gated” checkbox will be available in the “More” search panel dropdown.


Display listings that have a pool. More pool information (above ground, inground…) usually appear in the External section of the property page.


Limit listings to a specified state


Display listings within 55+ adult communities. If the MLS supports this, a 55+ Community checkbox is also available in the “More” search panel dropdown:


Number of properties per page when displayed on any mobile device. You can tell Rover to how many listings to display on a page by setting that preference globally in Rover IDX >> Styling >> Listing Layout.  If you want to override that global setting for a specific page, just add listings_per_row=”2″ to your shortcode. … Read more


By default, Rover automatically zooms and pans the map to display all the property markers. You can configure the map layout to center on a specific point (lat,lng) and also a specific zoom. Zoom help – valid zoom values are 0 – 19 0 lowest zoom (whole world) 19 highest zoom (individual buildings, if available)