After you've signed up for a trial or paid account, your confirmation page will provide a link to your site as well as a link to your WordPress Admin.
If you have a paid account, you'll receive an email with instructions on how to proceed with IDX approval. Until you receive approval, your site will be live with demo listings while you get your site ready.
If your site uses a non-Divi theme (Fresh, Graphite, Streamline, Sleek, Modern, Panorama, or Luxe), please follow the instructions here.
Overview for Divi-based Themes
(Horizon, Marin, Elegance, Portside & Impact)
- Changing OmniPress Styles
- Building Custom Pages & Content
- Predefined Layouts
- Custom Domain Name
In a few simple steps, you can customize your OmniPress website to feature your business.
To add your logo to your OmniPress site, in the WordPress dashboard access Divi > Theme Options. Under the General tab, upload your logo to the Logo field.
Change your homepage image by accessing your Pages in WordPress, then open Home – Front Page. Open the Settings for the area including the image (either in the Divi Builder or the Visual Builder) and change the background image to the image of your choice.
Advanced Theme Customizations
If you're interested in making other theme customizations, please refer to The Divi Header & Navigation Theme Customizer Settings Guide.
Changing OmniPress Styles
Change your site's navigation, colors, look and feel -- or simply reset it to the defaults -- by changing your OmniPress style. This allows you to switch between the Marin, Portside, Impact, Horizon and Elegance options easily. In the WordPress Dashboard, navigate to Divi > OmniPress Styles and select your color and style. Your logo and site information will be retained. If you should wish to keep your existing homepage, you can access it in the Pages menu and revert to the previous saved version.
Building Custom Pages & Content
Create entire new pages, or add content to existing pages using the Divi Builder. For details on how to use it, refer to the Getting Started With Divi Builder Guide
Your OmniPress site comes with pre-defined layouts for common pages used on a real estate site. Access them through the Divi Builder by clicking Load From Library
. There you can load templates like Communities, Testimonials or Service Providers into the page. You should then use your own content to customize the modules that have been added to the page.
Custom Domain Name
Once your site is active, you can use your pre-existing domain, or sign up for a free domain (e.g. www.yourdomain.com). For more information about using a custom domain with with OmniPress, view our Custom Domain Setup
1. Header Customization
In the WordPress Dashboard, go to Appearance -> Theme Options. Select "Header Setup" to adjust the text that appears in the header and add designations in the fields provided. Upload your logo by following the media upload instructions, and clicking Insert once you've added it.
2. Customize Slideshow
In the WordPress Dashboard, go to Appearance -> Theme Options. Select Slideshow where you will find an upload option. Use this to upload your own slideshow images from your computer or you can select Network Shared Media to select from dozens of images provided with your OmniPress website. Click Show and then Insert on the image of your choice.
3. Other Theme Options
Click Design Settings for access to advanced customization features. Here you can change your theme color, as well as add custom colors and fonts for certain elements.
4. Add Bio & Social Media Links
From the WP Dashboard, click Bio Information. Here you can add your bio information and photo for display in the footer of your site.
To add Social Media Links below your Bio, click Social Media Links from the WP Dashboard. Add your Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn information to display an image linked to your profile. Leave any option blank and the link will not appear on your site.
5. Using a Custom Domain Name
Once your site is active, you can use your pre-existing domain, or sign up for a free domain (e.g. www.yourdomain.com). For more information about using a custom domain with with OmniPress, view our Custom Domain Setup article.