Customizing Estate Theme

This section will provide you an in-depth guide on how to use the Estate Options. To access the Estate Options page, go to Dashboard > Appearance > Customize > Estate Options.

Here is a screenshot of the Estate Options page. The default settings are shown in the following image.

General Settings

You can define some of the global settings of the theme form this section. The general settings offer some of the major theme customizations. You can change the default currency from here, enable the preloader (it’s the line that circles around when you load any page), show/hide the header login panel, and set the number of search results to return. Besides that, you can assign the property submission page and dashboard page from here.

Header Settings

In the Header Style settings section, you get lots of header customization options. In this section, you will be able to choose from two Header Style (solid/transparent). In the Header Settings section, you get several other customization options such as header background color, header and content padding, sticky header, sticky background color and so on.

All Logo options

This section will let you set everything related to the logo. You can define whether an image or texts will be used as the logo and customize them.

Sub Header Banner

You can enable the sub-header for your site from this section. You will have the options to set a background image or color for the site’s subheader, control the padding and set the size or color for the title text.

Typography Settings

On this page, you can change your site’s font-family, font size, font weight, font color etc. 600+ Google fonts are added in this font selection option. Typography settings will let you customize the font options for the body, menu, and heading 1 to heading 5.

Layout & Styling

These options manage the layouts and color variations of your theme. There are two types of layouts available for you to choose from: BoxWidth and FullWidth. You can choose a color or image for the background and control its styling. You can also take control of menu and sub-menu content color styling.

Agent Page Setting

The agent page is a dedicated page from where you can showcase the profiles of all your agents. Here you can customize the header text and background image for the page.

Coming Soon

We’ve provided a coming soon page template with rich customization options. You can change the background image/ or set the color, change the title/address, define the estimated arrival time and put social media links. To set turn on the coming soon page, click on Enable and hit the Publish button from the top.

404 Page Setting

We’ve provided a preset 404-page template. You can either choose a background image or a color. Set the page title, description, and the button text.

Blog Setting

This section controls the look and feel of your real estate website’s blog. Set the number of columns of the blog section here. You can determine whether the blog pages will show page views, categories, authors, date etc. Enable or disable these options here as you want them to be.

Blog Single Page Setting

This section helps you customize attributes to your blog single pages. You can choose whether you’d like to enable the blog sidebar or not. You can also control the display option for publishing date, author, category, tags, hit count and comments.

Bottom setting

Estate options allow you to personalize the bottom setting of your real estate website that goes perfectly with your agency. You can enable the bottom area and customize the background color, title color, link color, link hover color, text color, etc. You can also take control of the top and bottom padding.

Footer Setting

If you want to show some texts (e.g. copyright notice) on your website footer, turn on this option, define the padding values and set the stylings. You can enable/disable/customize your website copyright text from here.

Google Map Setting

Showing Google Maps is a huge advantage for your real estate website. Estate lets you add Google Map location to your website to ensure interested customers get all the details they’re looking for in your website. All you’ve to do is insert the Google Map API Key.


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