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Feel free to email me on my website. This way you can share more details about your project.
I am assuming that your agents will be attached to your listings, correct? If that is the case you’ll probably have some customizing to do as Agenpress and the likes are basically geared toward one agent, not multiple agents. As for handling big data website, yes WordPress can handle that. Some of the largest and most popular websites run on WordPress. But if you are self-hosting your website, then you should speak to your hosting company regarding the reliable work environment and handling of all the large files, listings, etc., as it relates to your storage.
I am using the Business Directory plugin on a client site right now. It’s pretty nice. They have a lot of add-ons that she purchased. The one thing I liked about it was that the client had purchased a listing in raw data format. I was able to use the Import from CSV file to bring in over 9,000 listings. It worked like a charm. If you do the import, you have to make sure that you already have your listings in there by category to save you some time though.
I have a free theme for real estate that I launched a few weeks ago. You can see the details here.
I’ve used it on a test site just so I’d know how to configure it. Are you having issues?February 24, 2014 at 10:40 pm in reply to: Help with Genesis Responsive Slider – Not Working on This Site #92247
Have you tried to regenerate your thumbnails? If not, install this plugin.
That’s why it doesn’t work. Parallax Pro is an HTML5 theme and your version of Minimum is not HTML5. You need to change the hook references – read this.
Read this to make sure you’ve set it up properly. If you have, post a comment there and Brandon can respond.
If the client’s theme was purchased by their web designer – then only the web designer/purchaser will have access to the my.studiopress.com website – that account would belong to them and not your client. He paid for the theme through the purchaser so the purchaser is responsible for providing their client with 1) theme support and 2) any documentation that accompanies the theme. A lot of times web developers will by the Developer/Pro pack of themes and will charge their clients for the theme but use a copy from their Pro Pack. As such, Studiopress is not involved since the purchase was not through them.
This is the community forum and not official support, so if you have any questions about that purchase you’d have to contact Studiopress.
Does it work in Minimum or Minimum Pro?February 24, 2014 at 10:16 pm in reply to: Full-Width Page Templates not showing up in studiopress themes? #92240
The full page is a Page Layout, not a template in the drop down. Just go the page layout probably towards the bottom of the page dashboard and select Full Width Page Layout.
Susan, If the person doesn’t know how to or does not want to create CSS specifically for their images on a post/page by post/page basis, they could use Picmonkey.com. Create a collage and then add the one image to it. As far as I know, there isn’t one code that could be used because I think a class or id would need to be specified for each one they create, then create the CSS.February 20, 2014 at 10:05 pm in reply to: Help Please—Sub Navigation disappearing when mouse-over #91546
You’re welcome. I still don’t understand why that line is in there anyway.
How did you add the font? I see you have the font-face set at “Great Vibes, open sans” but I don’t see where the font is pulling in, say from Google fonts. Are they the functions file?