Our multi-property sites have a lot more functionality that our single property sites. So there is no one-click process to upgrade.
Lots of our customers have customized multi-property sites to look like their original single property sites however.
Hi Tristan, that page-level CSS tab is not present on single-property template. If I want to include custom CSS on one page, I have to add it to the layout as an HTML block. Not ideal because if the HTML block contains only a few lines of code and no text or other element, it's invisible on the layout until you 'mouse-over' the right spot. I try to always put it at the very top so I remember where to look for it, but custom settings should really be more obvious (and preferably in the <HEAD> section).
@Windsock-Acres It can take 24-48 hours for DNS changes to take effect (they need to spread around the globe to DNS servers). I went in and verified just now, and you are all set.
It's also worth noting that you don't need to set up both the www. and the non-www. in your MyVR account. You can just set up which version you prefer and then make that the primary. The DNS settings we instruct you to make with your registrar handle the rest.
Lastly, I slightly modified your post to help out others to find this information.
@Robert-Durocher When changing information that you have set in the Properties section (Properties > My Properties in your MyVR account), you will need to return to that section to make future edits. In this case, the tax that you set was in Properties > My Properties > [property name] > Fees.
In general, when in the website editor and you hover over a component to make edits:
1) Green: this means you can make modifications in the website editor; no outside source is controlling this component. These are called Page Components in the Layout Editor.
For example, an image you drag onto the page is a Page Component.
2) Gray: this means you need to leave the website editor to make edits; the component is pulling in information from somewhere else (usually the Properties section of your MyVR account). These are called Dynamic Components in the Layout Editor.
For example, your properties rates and fees are Dynamic Components.
Lastly, I modified the title of this post to make it easier for others to find. This is an important distinction you've highlighted. Thanks!
And here is a live example of the modified widget. Note that the "RIP Current Statement" and "More at Dark Sky" links in the widget still just take you to the detailed weather page on your website in this modified version.
I am noticing that this article is a little dated, so we'll update this soon (possibly today). In the meantime, I think the article is probably close enough to point you in the right direction. Basically, you want to go into our advanced "page layout editor", hover over the top nav and click on "settings" and then drag the page you want from the right hand side into your existing nav items on the left. Don't forget to save in two places - in the modal where you update the top nav, but then save the page (bottom left) after saving the modal.
Feel free to follow-up with any questions that the help article doesn't answer.
Hi Sherry! Hmmm... I don't believe this to be something that is happening globally. We use responsive design in our templates, and I don't believe we insert any line returns where they don't exist.
If you'd like us to look at your specific situation, we'll need more info. Can you either post it here, so we can see what you are referencing, or if you think you truly have a problem, then submit it to support via the "Report a Problem" option in Support.
Hi @Dana-Rudy. This is a bit confusing, so I'm going to back up and describe for a moment how the property ordering is determined on your website.
In the website editor, you are able to select how the properties will be ordered. You can select an automatic order (e.g. alphabetical by name, high price to low price, random) or a manual order. The manual order is the order you can set when you are viewing a property group in the MyVR app and the "Sort by" selector is set to "Membership Position (Your Custom Order)". I posted instructions for how to set the order of properties on your website here.
When you are viewing a property group, you can similarly view properties in an automatic order or a manual order. You can edit and save the manual order by dragging properties around. You cannot edit and save the manual order by first selecting an automatic order and then saving as the manual order.
So, if you would like to order your properties alphabetically by name on your website, you should set that setting in the website editor. If you wish to view properties in a group alphabetically by name in the MyVR app, you can do that by opening the group and setting the "Sort by" selector to "Name (A to Z)". Doing so will not change either the Membership Positions(Your Custom Order) of the properties in the group or change the way the group is displayed on your website.
If you would like this feature, I recommend using the "Suggest Feature" option in the "Support" area of MyVR to let us know!
I should point out, however, that you can track revenue using MyVR's own reporting tools. Just go to Reporting > Reports > Revenue Report in MyVR.