There are many options for personalizing your kvCORE website: you can change the color theme, what your front page carousels include, what your menu tabs are titled, and much more.

At the bottom of your list of website settings is a Listings section that allows you to control some aspects of how the listings display on your website. A few of the default options should remain as is, but the majority of them can (and sometimes should) be changed.

Accessing Your Website Settings

For Agents

  1. Log into kvCORE.

  2. Hover over the Web & IDX tab on the left.

  3. Click on the 'Website Settings' button from the pop-out menu.

For Admins

  1. Log into kvCORE.

  2. Click on your email address in the top right-hand corner.

  3. Click on 'Websites'.

  4. Search for the subdomain you wish to edit settings for.

  5. Click on "Site Settings".

Please Note: Admins, you'll want to use this option if you're updating settings for your Team, Office, Company, or another Agent.

TIP: The "Site Overview" button will take you back to the Web & IDX tab.

Default Display

One of the seven options available is the Default Display setting. The default for this setting is 'Map', meaning visitors will see their search results appear in a list next to a map with the location of each property plotted out on it.

TIP: The white "Use Parent" button acts as a reset button; it will revert that particular setting back to the option that your Office Admin has chosen for the Office website you are associated with.

There are two other options that you can choose from:

1. Grid

2. List

Just like with the default sort option, visitors may change their view once they see the property search results page.

Related Articles:

Web & IDX Tab Overview

Types Served

Coverage Only

Don't Scrub Areas

Use Polygons for Neighborhoods and Schools

Default Sort

Popular Options

If you have any questions about this website setting, please reach out to Customer Support via the blue chat bubble to the right or by emailing kvcore@insiderealestate.com!

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