Widgets

How To Use A Cache Plugin With Multicurrency Widget Dropdown

As long as you use any cache plugins, the plugins will cache everything, including the currency cookies and the currency switch will show your chosen currency only after cache is deleted from plugin.  Set exceptions to not cache these cookies in the cache plugin settings my_custom_curr my_custom_curr_pos my_custom_curr_symbol

Register and Login Options

Login / Register in required in WP Rentals to: submit properties send private messages send booking requests Here you read more on why this is needed – http://help.wprentals.org/2016/07/04/why-register-is-required-to-book-or-send-messages-in-wp-rentals/ Settings must be set to use SUBSCRIBER as default role. Register form has 2 options managed from theme options -General- Global Theme Settings:   If users can type […]

OWNER PAGE WIDGET AREA

From Widgets you have a special Sidebar for Owner Page. Add/Drag widgets to Owner Page widget area.     The widgets on Owner Page will show on the right or left area of Testimonials (depends on your choice of sidebar position for each owner post), BUT ONLY, if testimonials are published.      

HEADER WIDGETS

Go to Widgets settings. You have two widgets positions for top bar area (left and right) In demo – we added a text widget on left with Font Awesome iconfor contact details and social widget on the right.   If you want to use the same contact widget and edit it with your info, copy […]

MULTIPLE CURRENCY WIDGET

DISCLAIMER:  As long as you use any cache plugins, the plugins will cache everything, including the currency cookies and the currency switch will show your chosen currency only after cache is deleted from plugin.  Our hosting company installed varnishcache and memcache server directly (not through a plugin). And this caching system doesn’t affect the multi-currency […]

LOGIN WIDGET

To add the login / register widget to sidebars add the widget from Widgets – to your selected sidebar. Starting 1.15.4  to enable social login in register form enable this option from theme options – Social and Contact as in below screenshot. The widget looks like this for non logged in users: And like this […]

ADVANCED SEARCH WIDGET

The widget works same as Advanced Search in Google Maps (has the same fields). . Results are filtered and show on the Advance Search custom template.

Theme options – Twitter Widget

Video Tutorial – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCiuk6UOr88&index=15&list=PLEQZUYyA_PUktUczt5m8R4f2WMIE33pW3 This widget requires that you FIRST insert your personal Twitter account info. You do this from Admin – Appearance – Theme Options – Social & Contact. Take this info from https://dev.twitter.com/apps/new. Login with your twitter account and follow instructions to ADD Api. The API page you need should look like this […]

WP ESTATE FACEBOOK BOX

The WP Estate Facebook widget shows fans, stream and the Facebook header of your page, without having to look for any other detail elsewhere. You add your Facebook URL in the widget, click save and it’s done!  

WP ESTATE FEATURED LISTING WIDGET

In this widget you have to type the Property ID you’d like to show and a second line. The Property ID is taken from the URL of the Property Page in Admin – Properties – Edit Property. EX: In this URL http://http://wprentals.net//wp-admin/post.php?post=90&action=edit the property ID is 90. There is another way to see IDs easier. […]

WP ESTATE CONTACT

WP Estate Contact widget allows you to share important information your readers need to know so they get in touch easily, such as: Address, Phone, Fax, Email, Skype ID and Web Page URL.  

WP ESTATE SOCIAL LINKS WIDGET

With this widget all the important social accounts where you’re active can be shown on sidebar or in the footer. You can add information about the following URLs: RSS, Facebook, Twitter, Dribble, Google+, Linkedin, Blogger, Tumblr, Pinterest, Yahoo, Deviantart, YouTube or Vimeo. Starting v1.15 we added 2 new options in the shortcode: Foursquare and Instagram. […]

SIDEBARS and WIDGETS

By default, WP Rentals comes with six sidebar options: Primary Widget Area, Secondary Widget Area, First Footer Widget Area, Second Footer Widget Area, Third Footer Widget Area, Fourth Footer Widget Area. The “Primary” and “Secondary” are for the regular sidebars while the rest apply for the 4 footer columns. Additional to the “Primary” and “Secondary” […]