Start by navigating to your listing settings: 

AgentFire Arsenal > AF Listings > Settings

There are numerous areas of listing pages where color is applied, and it should match your theme or otherwise be a pleasant addition to the overall feel of the page. 

Adjust the primary color as needed: 

You may also want to utilize different icons for your property specs than the ones that come included with the plugin.  In the settings area you can edit titles, adjust icons for existing specs, and add completely new specs with custom icons. 

Titles for specs are completely editable. 

Existing specs can use custom icons.

Click the icon dropdown to add your own custom icon. 

You may select or upload any image in your media library. 

You may also create new icons and designate custom labels for them to display. 

Click "Add New" to create a new custom spec: 

Listing Feed Filters: 

A filter by price option is available in your settings area, and acts to modify the behavior of your pricing filters used in Listing Feeds.  When you have a result list page of a lot of listings, and want to provide end users with the ability to filter the results by price, the default appearance is an input field.  

Adding price filter ranges to the settings area here will override the input field and instead provide end users with a dropdown of your pre-defined values. 

Click Add Range to create your first price filter: 

Add additional filters until all pricing categories that you want to appear in a dropdown have been created. 

Add additional filters as needed: 

Continuing Education: 

Learn how to navigate the AF editor, build your listing content, enable awesome features and more in our additional articles on the Listings V3 plugin.

  1. Introduction to the AF Editor
  2. Configuring your listing settings
  3. Building A listing entry
  4. Configuring A listing feed
  5. Open house registration options
  6. Integrating Facebook Chat Messenger
  7. Customizing the social locker
  8. Adjusting the Listings v3 plugin settings

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