Realtr by Templatic is a responsive theme for real estate agencies that comes with a fully widgetized homepage, a custom post type for properties, and several property related pages templates.
The theme supports natively two WordPress menus:
- Primary Menu – left aligned below the header
- Secondary Menu – left aligned at the top of the page
Templatic Realtr installs with 25 custom widgets:
- About Us
- Agent Other Listing
- Browse by Categories
- Browse by Tags
- Contact Us
- Featured Video
- Finance Calculator
- Google Map Location
- Homepage Slide – Banner
- Hot Properties
- Latest Posts
- Latest Property
- Latest Twitter Feeds
- Login & Add Property
- Login box
- Popular Posts
- Property Agent Detail
- Search by ID
- Sidebar Advert 235x195px
- Social Media Buttons
- Top Agents
The theme incorporates 19 widgetized areas:
- Header Navigation
- Header Advertise Banner
- Header Right Area
- Home Page Sidebar
- Home Page Front Content
- Homepage Banner Slider
- Property Listing Page Sidebar
- Blog Listing/Detail Sidebar
- Agent Listing Sidebar
- Submit Property Page Sidebar
- Property Detail Page Sidebar
- Inner Page Sidebar
- Contact Page Area
- Contact Page Google Map
- Footer Right Sidebar
- four Footer Areas
This Templatic theme offers the following collection of page templates:
- Designer Page – No Sidebar or Page Title
- Advanced Search
- Contact Us
- Full Width
- Left Sidebar
- Property Listing Map
The theme adds a module to the WordPress menu for its custom post type Property. The Property post type has its own Property Categories and Property Tags.
You create a Property like regular posts by creating a text with one of the editors and uploading a Featured Image. IDX/MLS support is facilitated via the dsIDXpress plugin.
The Realtr Theme Menu comprehends two pages:
- Basic Settings
- Theme Settings
The Basic Settings serve a column with eleven tabs with theme options to guide you configuring the theme:
- General Settings
- Navigation Settings
- Ad Scripts
- SEO Options
- Content on Login & Registration Page
- Property Detail Page Settings
- Submit Property Page Settings
- Property Listing Setting
- Map Page Settings
- Style & Color Settings
- Search Settings
Your first options at the General Settings are uploading your favicon and logo. Instead of the logo you can also have the theme to display the site title and tag line.
Here you have also the opportunity to choose between a right or left sidebar, and set your preferred thousands and decimal separator.
Other options include customizing the feed URL and enabling or disabling breadcrumbs and the Facebook login.
The Navigation Settings allow you to tweak Primary Menu, like hiding or showing the Browse Properties, and Agents links.
Any custom scripts can be entered at the Add Scripts tab, where you find three text boxes; one for the Header Scripts, another one for the Footer Scripts, and a third for the copyright notice and credits at the bottom of the page.
At the SEO Options you have the opportunity to customize the SEO settings for the homepage and tweak the noindex settings. When you prefer to use a third-party plugin, you can disable the theme’s SEO Options entirely.
The Content on Login & Registration Page serves two text areas where you can enter HTML or text, which will be displayed on these respective pages.
At the Property Detail Page Settings, you get the ability to enable or disable sharing through Twitter, Facebook, Digg, Delicious, ReddIt, LinkedIn, Technorati, and MySpace. In addition, you are able to customize the Related Properties feature, and allow or disallow comments on property detail pages.
The Submit Property Settings page allows you to customize the page where visitors are able to submit their own property. Here you set your preferences concerning the maximum image size, the number of bedrooms and bathroom and the default status of the entry (Publish or Draft).
Furthermore, you can limit the locations by entering a comma separated list, and enable the reCaptcha on registration and/or new property page.
With the options on the Property Listing Settings you set preferences like the listing view (List, Grid or Map), count popular properties per total or daily views, and add property tags.
The Map Page Setting allow you to set your map preferences like map center latitude and longitude, map type and zoom level.
With the Style and Color Settings you can easily customize the default styling. You can choose from eleven web safe fonts, change the background color and upload a background image, customize the colors for links, navigation menus, the main and page titles, sidebar and footer. Last but not least, you have the opportunity to activate the use of the custom.css file.
With the Search Settings you set the your custom ranges for the search widget; Price Range and Area Range. The default unit for the latter is square footage, but you can change that unit here too.
The Advanced Settings give you control over:
- E-Mail Notifications & Messages
- Manage Permissions
- Manage Custom Fields
- User Profile Fields
- Category Settings
- Manage Price Package
- Manage Currency
- Payment Options
- Transaction Report
- Manage Coupons
- Manage Bulk Upload
- Manage IP
Upon activation you are offered the possibility to insert sample data. Although an excellent way to get acquainted with the features of the theme, this should not be done when you have entered content yourself already.
With Templatic, you can either purchase a single theme license or become a member of the Premium Themes Club.
The stated price of $89 is regarding the Standard License that allows you to use the theme on one domain.
The fee for the Developer License is $189. The major differences are that: 1) the Developer License includes the PSD files, and 2) allows you to use the theme on an unlimited domains.
In both situations you are entitled to lifetime usage of the theme, but you will have access to updates and support for one year. It is possible to extend this period of updates and support for a yearly fee of 30% of the initial purchase price – so you do there is no need to repurchase the theme after the first year.
Another option is joining the Premium Themes Club; for an initial payment of $299 and a monthly fee of only $19, you will have access to all themes, PSD files, plugins, support and updates as long as you are a member of the club. More details are available on Templatic's The Club page.
You can always upgrade from a Standard or Developer License to the Premium Themes Club by paying just the difference.