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I am looking for a method to decide which listings show up on the featured listings widget. It does not look like this is built into the widget, does anyone have a coding solution for this?
Thanks in advance.
In the AgentPress Pro theme demo, the Featured Listings widget area (Home Top) is using the AgentPress Listings - Featured Listings widget. It shows the top 6 listings in whatever order you've selected. The theme setup instructions for that are here:
It appears you are using an iHomeFinder IDX feed so you may not want to use the AgentPress Listings plugin since those are manually entered, but you can if you like. If you do you'll want to place this in Home Top to take advantage of the built-in styling for the featured listings.
Otherwise, If you want to put your IDX feed in as featured listings, you'll want to define that search on the IDX end and then use a widget or short code (I believe iHomeFinder offers both) in any widget space.
Hope this helps!
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Hi Ginger, thank you for the reply. I should specify what part of my website I am tying in. I have created a sub-site for new-developments at http://www.vancouverlistingsearch.com/new-condo/ where I am inputting 'listings' through the agentpress listings. I would like to decide not based on most recent listings to display, instead showing all listings that have the same city as designated in the "city" taxanomy. That way, I could have Featured North Vancouver Listings, Featured West Vancouver Listings, etc.
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