If you also keep clients and business associates up to date on Twitter, you may want to tie in this widget to your website as well. From any Twitter page, click on Resources -----> Widgets -----> My Website. Select your widget of choice (e.g. Profile Widget) and type in your Twitter username. Click 'Finish & Grab Code.' Then copy and past your code into the iHomefinder HTML widget form (see below) or into the desired location on your website/website builder.If you haven't already, check out our blog posts on Altos Research and Facebook widgets, and get them up and running on your site today!
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We're back with another widget for you. This time it's Twitter!
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Our last post on widgets showed you how to create an Altos Research custom widget in Optima 950. Now we'd like to show you how to create a Facebook Badge using the same custom HTML sidebar widget. Creating a Facebook Badge is another great way to help clients and prospects find you on Facebook and stay connected to you and your expertise. First, go to Facebook Badges and select the Badge that you would like to display on your site. Note: you'll need to log in to Facebook to access the code for the widget. For this example, we selected a Pages Badge. Then, clicked on button labeled Other, which will display a thin rectangular box with code for your Facebook Badge. Copy the code and paste it into your website or sidebar widget within Optima 950. Here's the screen within Optima 950 where you'll want to paste your Facebook Badge code. Once you paste your code and save, you'll have a nice looking Facebook Badge on your IDX page or website similar to the image below.
More widget examples and other tips for your real estate websites in future posts. Have a great weekend!
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We’ve been thinking quite a bit about widgets recently. With the release of Optima IDX in 950 pixel-wide format, we’ve added a whole array of great sidebar widgets to our platform. A widget is a small piece of software code that you can easily place on a page of your website. Generally, they display interesting content from other sites or other portions of your own site. Widgets are an excellent way to quickly add new content to your site, engage your visitors, and make your content more shareable. If you are just getting started with widgets, here is one you can use with our new custom HTML widget and should consider using on your real estate website. Market Trends Charts: Altos Research, a real estate data firm, offers free market trends chart widgets that you can place on your website. To create your widget, go to Altos Charts and click the TRY IT NOW button at the bottom of the page. Then, select your favorite city, choose your stats, and simply copy the provided HTML. Next, login to your iHomefinder Control Panel, go to Account Setup -> Design/Branding Setup -> Widgets. Select the IDX page on which you wish to place the widget, and then drag the “Custom HTML” block to the Selected Widgets area. These is only one great example of an HTML widget that you can easily pop into your iHomefinder Optima IDX pages. If you need help, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition to custom HTML, we’ve added a bunch of other great widgets to Optima IDX, including featured property galleries, hot sheet galleries, contact forms and more. We’ll cover these and other custom HTML widgets in future posts.