The 'Header,' 'Body,' & 'Footer' all reference specific parts of the HTML that make up your kvCORE website. These fields are intended for you to be able to add scripts for tracking and other back-end functionality to your kvCORE website. To learn more about adding scripts, pixels, and more to your site click here.
Please Note: It's possible that adding code or HTML could break your kvCORE website. It's best if using any of these fields to save one at a time. If you change too many fields at once and something happens that changes your website in an undesirable way, you might have to delete everything and start over again to find the problem.
Common reasons why code may not work on your site:
Using them for reasons not intended by the code provider
Entering the wrong information
Entering broken markup
To locate the custom header, body, and footer sections first navigate to the Web & IDX tab from the left-hand navigation menu. Then select 'Website Settings'.
Admins Please Note: If you are adding custom scripts or code onto your Office, Team, or another agent's website you'll need to find the correct domain in the dropdown menu from the main Web & IDX page.
This is the HTML header of your website. Typically you would need to place special scripts here, such as the Facebook tracking pixel.
The header section of your website code is never displayed on the webpage itself, but the content in that section is used to provide resources that the browser needs to correctly load the page. This includes style or display information, tracking scripts, and metadata used to display previews and provide search engines with summaries of your content.
If you were to insert something like an image or a paragraph, it would never actually be displayed on the page, or used by anything after the page is loaded.
As such, this section of the website that is available for you to insert content into is typically used for verification pixels and scripts. It's also used for more complex scripts that provide the functionality to something that you might put elsewhere into a custom page or into other editable content that is displayed to website visitors.
This is the HTML Body of your website. This is visible when someone visits your page. Typically you would only use this for adding Google Tag Manager scripts. To customize your sites' homepage, you should follow our website customization guide.
The custom footer content will be inserted into a specific place at the bottom of your website, known as the "footer."
The footer is actually divided up into several different sections:
The place where your content will appear is on the upper left side, just below your social media buttons:
Many things can appear in this section. The 'About Me' content from your agent profile, office address(es), and more. Like the other sections provided in these content settings, it is intended for scripts. However as you can see by the screenshot above, it will render any HTML you enter.
If you have any questions or need further assistance, please reach out to Support via the blue chat bubble to the right or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org!
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