What Are Custom Pages?

Custom pages are additional pages that you create for your kvCORE website. They can be one of two things.

  1. They can be a link to another page. That means that if someone sees the title of your custom page somewhere on your kvCORE site, and they click on it, they are sent to a URL that you specify.

  2. They can be a page that contains just about any content you want to put into it, that is part of your kvCORE website.

Your custom pages will typically be accessible on your site from your website's main navigation. Either via the 'Resources' tab or if you choose to add it to the main menu (and/or a custom menu).

How to Create Custom Pages

First, access the Web & IDX tab from the main navigation on the left. Then select 'Website Content'.

Next, select 'Custom Pages' from the menu on the left-hand side.

On the upper right, click '+ New Page.'

Admins Please Note: If you are adding custom pages 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. You can then select 'Custom Pages' from the right side.


After clicking '+ Add Custom Page' the ' New Custom Page ' pop-up will display.

The primary components of this custom page are:

  • Title

  • Content or URL

  • Category

These items control where and how a custom page is shown.

The category is the 'section' under the resources page of your kvCORE website that will contain a list of 'titles.' These titles are clicked on to access your page.

By default, on a kvCORE site:

One would click resources, then click 'Our Resources' to access the custom pages...

It is possible to add page titles or page categories to your main navigation.

In the screenshot above, you can see both the 'Get Qualified Now' page title as an option that leads to the 'Get Qualified Now' page. Additionally, as well as the 'Trusted Service Providers' navigation option, which is a page category called 'Trusted Service Providers' for the example.

You'll see how to set up your navigation options to showcase your custom pages later in this article.

Looking at the resources page, you can see how the categories and pages are organized. Multiple pages can live under a category of your choosing.

1. Custom Page Category ('Finance' and 'Trusted Service Providers')

2. Custom Page Title ('Get Qualified Now', 'Home Inspectors', and 'Lenders')

You can organize all of your pages into groups that are labeled by your categories.

Please Note: The Resources tab may be hidden using a setting in your Web & IDX website settings.

Custom Page Components

When creating a custom page, each field should be filled out:

  • Title - This is the title of the page as it will show on the 'Resources' page or in the main navigation of your website if you specify it in your website settings (more on that below.) 

  • Content or URL - You must choose what this custom page will be. If someone clicks on the title, does it display content, or does it take them to another website?

    • Content - Here you can use the editor to design the content of your custom page. Include text, images, videos, or HTML. To past in HTML content click on the <> icon in the editor to access the source code.

    • URL - Instead of having content displayed on your site you can enter a URL, which will take the visitor to the link that you enter. Make sure it starts with the appropriate https://

  • Category - This is the name of the section the page will be nested under on the 'Resources' page. It will also be used to name the menu item in your main navigation if you choose to specify it in website settings (more on that below.) 

  • Slug - This is how the URL will look to access the page. It's generated automatically from the title, and you can edit it additionally if necessary. 

  • Meta Tag Description - The literal Meta Tag description for the page. Recommended to be two sentences. If you are not familiar with SEO, simply describe what your page is about using two short sentences. 

  • Meta Tag Keywords - The literal meta tag keywords for the page. Recommended as single words separated by commas. If you are not familiar with SEO, just specify a few words that are relevant to the information actually on the page. Do not enter words that are not related (in a contextual sense.) For example, if your page is about Dog Parks near area X, then enter "dog parks, area x" 

  • RSS/Property Feed - You can embed an RSS Feed into the space to the right of where the custom page is. This is useful for supplying a news feed that relates to the page you are posting. Just enter the URL of the feed.

    • Where do I get the RSS Feed? - Look for an RSS icon to access the feed URL to copy: You will typically not use an RSS feed unless you know what you want to feed to your Resources page. It's not a requirement for creating a custom page.

  • Add To Child Sites  - This option will add the custom page to the websites under the scope you are working at. Therefore, if you are adding custom pages as an Office Admin, using this option allows you to have the custom page automatically added to all Team and Agent websites in your Office. If you are adding it at the Team level, it will add the custom page to all of the Agent websites in your Team, but it will not go back up the chain and add it to the Office site.

Adding Pages & Categories To Your Main Navigation

After adding your custom pages and categories to your website, you can then attach some of them to the main navigation on your kvCORE website.

This is done in your Web & IDX settings after your pages are added. You cannot set up your navigation options until the pages or categories you want have been created.

To access the custom navigation options click on the Web & IDX tab from the main navigation on the left-hand side. Then click 'Edit Settings'. Once in the website settings choose 'Custom Navigation' from the menu on the left side.

Admins: Remember to check the scope!

Scroll down to find these two options that control your custom content in the main navigation of your site.

  • Select Custom Pages For Navigation - Choose from your custom page titles the ones that you want to display in your main navigation. You can display a maximum of 4 individual pages.  

  • Select Categories For Navigation - Choose from the categories that your pages are filed under, which ones you want to display in your main navigation. Categories act as 'menus' and will show all pages in that category when you hover over it. You can display a maximum of 2 categories in your main navigation.  

Custom Page: 'Get Qualified Now'

Category: 'Trusted Service Providers'

Please Note: You can have a maximum of 4 custom items. For example, 3 pages and 1 menu. Or 2 pages and 2 menus.

Resetting Your Navigation Options

The 'Use Parent' button for your navigation settings will erase what you entered and reset the setting to whatever your Team or Office site is using for that specific option.

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