|WordPress: Add IDX Broker Page Links & Widgets|
The most popular way to add IDX page links and widgets to your Wordpress site is to use the IDX Broker Wordpress Plugin. Once the plugin has been downloaded and installed, you can find instructions on how to set it up here.
Depending on your Wordpress install and web hosting settings, the IDX Broker Wordpress Plugin may not be a good fit for your site. Adding IDX page links and widgets to your Wordpress site without our plugin is very easy. Below are the steps you can take to complete a full IDX integration by using the tools provided in IDX Broker and other 3rd party plugins.
Adding IDX Page Links To Your Main
Links to your IDX search pages can easily be added to your site as menu items in your main navigation. There are two methods you can use to add these links to your main site navigation: using the Menu tool in Wordpress, or by using a 3rd party plugin called Page Links To. Using the Menu tool in Wordpress to add IDX links will be the easiest option if you have already set up your main website navigation using this tool. If you are not using the Menu tool to manage your site navigation in Wordpress, then you’ll probably want to use Page Links To to add your IDX links.
Adding IDX Links Using the Menu Tool in
Adding IDX Links Using Page Links To
Once those two items have been entered in, save and publish the page. View your website, and you will see a link to your IDX page in your main navigation.
Adding IDX Widgets To Your Sidebar
IDX Broker Widgets, such as the Showcase, Slideshow, or Quick Search, can be easily added to sidebar by using the Text Widget in Wordpress. First, go to Appearance -> Widgets in Wordpress. Under “Available Widgets” drag the widget labeled “Text” over to one of your sidebar areas on the right. Enter in a title for your widget, paste in the code for the widget into the body area of the widget, and click Save.
View one of your web pages, and you should see your widgets in your sidebar:
Adding IDX Widgets To A Post Or Page Body
View your post, and you’ll see your Slideshow appear:
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