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How to Manage the Front Page Lender Images

In order to represent your panel of lenders on your website, most brokers will use a silly slider of static images, and others will use a single fixed image comprised of multiple images - just a lazy solution. Your website includes a grid of images that links to the application Lender Archive Page that'll showcase the primary and parent products they make available. The icon grid is obviously included on your front page, but it is also rendered on your Primary Archive Page or, as we'll describe, anywhere else you want it.

The grid will only return those lender images for which you're accredited. An FAQ titled "Define Accredited Lenders in Yabber" details how to define your panel of lenders for each of your websites (this is one of the first steps we will have walked you through during an early induction).

  The Result

The result of the lender image grid on the front page of your website is as follows:

Lender Images

  Pictured: The result of the lender image grid on the front page of your website is shown. The primary lender images link to the applicable Lender Archive page, and those lenders without data (such as private lenders) are listed as basic images.

A demonstration of the lender icons is shown on our website. Ensure you click on the lender icon in order to direct yourself to the Lender Archive Page.

  The Lender Grid Elementor Widget

Search for 'Lender Grid' in Elementor. Drag and drop the widget into your page. By default, all accredited images will render, although you may selectively include only limited lenders by selecting them via the Elementor select menu.

Elementor Lender Images

  Pictured: Search for 'Lender Grid' in Elementor. Drag and drop the widget into your page. By default, all accredited images will render, although you may selectively include only limited lenders by selecting them via the Elementor select menu.

  WordPress Shortcode

Elementor is almost always the best option to return lender images... particularly since they're usually rendered onto a page (rather than a post).

To render the entire grid anywhere on your website with shortcode, you should use [bank_icon_index]. To limit the images to specific lenders, use the include_banks attribute as follows: [bank_icon_index include_banks="cba,stg,nab"].

Unlike the Elementor option, you may return square images with shortcode by including the attribute of square and value of 1 in your shortcode. So, [bank_icon_index include_banks="cba,stg,nab,wbc" square="1"] would return the following:

  Pictured: Unlike the Elementor option, you may return square images with shortcode by including the attribute of square and value of 1 in your shortcode.

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  Related Lender Data FAQs

Related FAQs and features relating to Lender Data. The Lender features tends to touch most modules, so only primary FAQ modules are shown.

All rate data returned via Yabber will automatically segregate the requested 'standard' products from those 'conditional' products, such as green finance or leveraged residential lending against a business product. In all cases where we've had feedback from users and the validity of rates was questioned, the product has existed and was entirely valid, but the… [ Learn More ]

In an FAQ titled How to Define and Send Lender-Specific Videos for the Lenders Archive and Product Pages we looked at how to assign videos to the Lender Product Archive and Pages on your website. Familiarity with the former module is required, as this FAQ will simply show you how to link directly… [ Learn More ]

In a previous FAQ we introduced how to define the single video for your website Lender Archive page. However, this is the top-level entry page that effectively acts as a conduit to the Lenders Archive Pages and the thousands of Lender Product Pages. Each of the specific Lender Archive Pages, and all of… [ Learn More ]

The Lender Archive Video is a single video shown on the entry Lender Archive Page. It is important for the purpose of amplifying funnel enthusiasm and introducing your website visitors to the purpose of the vast information archives you make available. The video should always include an appropriate call-to-action, appropriate disclaimers, and other helpful… [ Learn More ]

We've said it over and over again, but we'll say it again regardless. You don't want to be a rate-driven broker, and you don't want to attract rate-focused mortgage customers. However, that doesn't mean that we selectively deliver self-serving information on our website or in the funnel at the expense of the information that well… [ Learn More ]

There are a couple of dozen different ways to show Lender Data on your website, and the floating Lender Panel is just another one of them. The panel is also a feature that you're not likely to use. We'll often say that we have to serve information on our website that the consumer wants and… [ Learn More ]

The Modal Module made available in Yabber is an incredibly powerful feature that provides enormous flexibility in how and when we interrupt the funnel in order to provide appropriate course correction. The system is supplemented by a linking feature that permits you to link directly to any modal manicured within the system. In order to… [ Learn More ]

Lender Modals are popups shown based on the lender pages on your website. Each lender is assigned to a 'Lender Group' with a group consisting of a single lender or multiple lenders, and the defined modal will show when a user visits the specific lender archive product pages on your website. A default lender… [ Learn More ]

The inclusion of transactional account data on your website is important because it's part of a mortgage product that a consumer will interact with every single day. In terms of our compliance obligations, only those transactional accounts that are associated with lender products may be shown, and this effectively includes every transactional account made available… [ Learn More ]

Business Finance is an important part of your business model, and the lending is a gateway loan into typical residential lending. The business finance products made available on your website are sourced from your accredited lenders. This FAQ will details how to include a Business Finance Lender Widget anywhere on your website.

  Business Finance Widget… [ Learn More ]

Personal Loans are a getaway into other types of lending, so it's something that your business shouldn't ignore. It's a common type of finance that is widely used, and one that takes very little time to process. Your website includes various pages for personal vehicle, maritime, motorcycle, caravan, aircraft, and other types of specific assets,… [ Learn More ]

Margin lending is a type of loan that allows you to borrow money to invest, by using your existing shares, managed funds and/or cash as security. It is a type of gearing, which is borrowing money to invest.

  

Compliance We've consulted with ASIC to determine if it's acceptable from a compliance perspective to include details… [ Learn More ]

Despite the ubiquitous industry rhetoric suggesting that sharing rates on your website will only attract 'rate chasers' (partially true, but outside the scope of this FAQ), the rate information shared on your website will objectively attract and convert more mortgage clients. Used in company with other Lender Rate features, your powerful website presence will quickly… [ Learn More ]

Despite the ubiquitous industry rhetoric suggesting that sharing rates on your website will only attract 'rate chasers' (partially true, but outside the scope of this FAQ), the rate information shared on your website will objectively attract and convert more mortgage clients. Used in company with other Lender Rate features, your powerful website presence will quickly… [ Learn More ]

A number of FAQs make reference to 'Lowest Rate Placeholders'. Placeholders are a string of text that is replaced in many blocks of text with the lowest available rate of a specific type from your accredited lenders. The placeholders shown below are in no way definitive - in fact, they're just one style of placeholder,… [ Learn More ]

The Lender Widgets on your website are one of your most powerful website features. Despite the ubiquitous industry rhetoric suggesting that sharing rates will only attract 'rate chasers' (partially true, but outside the scope of this FAQ), the rate information shared on your website will objectively attract and convert more mortgage clients. Used in company… [ Learn More ]

Quite frankly, the Lender Archive Page link shortcode is rather pointless because the standard link shortcode is arguably more effective. The reason it exists is because we have other plans for how the shortcode is to be used. So, if you're linking to a specific lender archive, such as that for the Commonwealth Bank ,… [ Learn More ]

The Lender Widgets on your website are one of your most powerful website features. Despite the ubiquitous industry rhetoric suggesting that sharing rates will only attract 'rate chasers' (partially true, but outside the scope of this FAQ), the rate information shared on your website will objectively attract and convert more mortgage clients. Used in company… [ Learn More ]

The Lender Library is an unusual page. It was once a hidden page on broker websites that was used almost exclusively by brokers. It has since become a standard public page within the website framework. The article in our blog titled "Mortgage Broker Lender Document and Media API, and Lender Documents Elementor Block" should be… [ Learn More ]

In order to represent your panel of lenders on your website, most brokers will use a silly slider of static images, and others will use a single fixed image comprised of multiple images - just a lazy solution. Your website includes a grid of images that links to the application Lender Archive Page that'll… [ Learn More ]

The Featured Product panel is a means to provide an array of information on a single product. The information may be shaped in numerous formats which is guided by the Elementor plugin options. As is expected from any finance professional, the rate data (and other product data) is always maintained to reflect the current rate.… [ Learn More ]

Like it or not (and most brokers don't), rates play a huge part in attracting the early attention of your website visitors. You will attract more traffic and you will attract more clients. What you do next will unlikely be rate focused, but our early efforts should be focused on creating conversations.

Note

This FAQ provides… [ Learn More ]

The Featured Rates Panel is one of nearly 30 tools used to render lender data and comparison information, and it is one of two panels used to return 'Featured' rate data in a manner similar to that which we're about to describe. The 'other' featured rate panel' is somewhat of a legacy Elementor-only feature.… [ Learn More ]

There's a Rate Ribbon on the front page of your website below the centre-fold block that presents the lowest rates of various types. The purpose of the ribbon is to position yourself as a broker, showcase your digital expertise, and create early funnel pathways. Each rate shown in the ribbon links to the relevant  

The single line rate bar is shown on the broker website framework by default as part of the header and in the centre of the front page. The purpose is to position yourself as a broker, differentiate yourself from the 'others', showcase lowest available rates from your accredited lenders, and create website pathways. This FAQ… [ Learn More ]

The Published versus Comparison Rate graph was created to support a single FAQ on 'What is a Comparison Rate', but the graph often finds value elsewhere. To include the graph on your page, use the shortcode of [comparison_interest_faq]. The Result:

The graph simply illustrates how the published rate is often vastly different to the… [ Learn More ]

There are times where you will need to return the current cash rate into your website (often in your website footer as a quick reference). The shortcode of [bm_cashrate] will return 4.35% (bolding is ours). Simple. Note that the current cash rate is always shown in the header of your website. This panel links to… [ Learn More ]

All queries to lender data is measured against your accredited lenders. Once our accredited lenders are defined in Yabber, all queries from each of your specific websites will only return data from those lenders as defined in Yabber. Lenders are added to the system regularly and data is generally updated daily. Access the Lender Data… [ Learn More ]

  Related Front Page FAQs

Related FAQs and features relating to your website front page.

We generally advocate for brokers to position themselves in various ways by way of standalone websites that have a defined siloed audience and serve a very specific purpose. However, managing multiple websites can be problematic for a number of reasons, with duplicate content and time requirements probably topping the list. If managed correctly - and… [ Learn More ]

The Lender Widgets on your website are one of your most powerful website features. Despite the ubiquitous industry rhetoric suggesting that sharing rates will only attract 'rate chasers' (partially true, but outside the scope of this FAQ), the rate information shared on your website will objectively attract and convert more mortgage clients. Used in company… [ Learn More ]

The Lender Widgets on your website are one of your most powerful website features. Despite the ubiquitous industry rhetoric suggesting that sharing rates will only attract 'rate chasers' (partially true, but outside the scope of this FAQ), the rate information shared on your website will objectively attract and convert more mortgage clients. Used in company… [ Learn More ]

In order to represent your panel of lenders on your website, most brokers will use a silly slider of static images, and others will use a single fixed image comprised of multiple images - just a lazy solution. Your website includes a grid of images that links to the application Lender Archive Page that'll… [ Learn More ]

There's a Rate Ribbon on the front page of your website below the centre-fold block that presents the lowest rates of various types. The purpose of the ribbon is to position yourself as a broker, showcase your digital expertise, and create early funnel pathways. Each rate shown in the ribbon links to the relevant

The testimonial module is the most versatile in the finance (or any other) industry. We suggest you use it and take full advantage of the system. The Testimonial module will perform the following functions: Automatically pull reviews, testimonials, and recommendations from a growing list of services. The system will publish each review to all of… [ Learn More ]

The footer disclaimer is shown in the footer of your website on every page. It is not to be confused with the required privacy, terms, and disclaimer standalone pages . A default footer disclaimer will apply if a personal disclaimer is not sent.

  The Result

The result of the default footer disclaimer is shown below.… [ Learn More ]

Website footer logos comprise of two blocks: industry logos, and social links. Social icons may be rendered in any number of ways but it's expected that they'll be in the footer as there is where website visitors go looking for them. You may update logo and social links at any time.

  The Result

The result… [ Learn More ]

By default, two 'Announcement' blocks may be assigned to your front page, although you may add more if required. This FAQ assumes that you have an understanding of Statements, and at least one Statement is created. Read the Statement FAQ here. By default, two Statement blocks are assigned to the front page: an upper… [ Learn More ]

We encourage multiple videos on your front page, and they should be presented in multiple ways. The front page video panel is shown (by default) at the bottom of your front page. However, the block may be moved if required, and it may be used anywhere with the use of shortcode.

  The Result

The result… [ Learn More ]

We encourage multiple videos on your front page, and they should be presented in multiple ways. The primary front page website video is shown fully rendered, and by default it'll show about half way down the front page.

  The Result

The result of the front page video is as you would expect (shown below).
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Navigate your way to Yabber's 'Front Page' module… [ Learn More ]

The Front Page CTA Video Button is an optional button that presents alongside the two Primary CTA Buttons. The button simply launches a YouTube, Wistia, or other video in a popup modal. It supplements the videos that are expected elsewhere on your front page.

  The Result

The result of the video button is as… [ Learn More ]

There are two primary buttons made available in the top-fold primary CTA panel. These two buttons are styled to your liking and link to one or more of your Yabber assets. We recommend using both buttons.

  The Result

The result of the two front page buttons - n our case styled in black and white… [ Learn More ]

Website front page primary CTA text is defined in the 'Front Page' module within Yabber. Select the 'CTA' option, select your website, and define the text you wish to show on your website. Any submitted changes are immediately applied on your website. Related Website Article: "Managing Front Page Website Content Within Yabber". First, a… [ Learn More ]

You may update your website primary logo quickly and easily via Yabber. The system supports two other primary functions: seasonal logos; and conditional logos. A seasonal logo will swap out for a period of time as defined by you, and a conditional logo will show based on the resolved borrowing objective of a user.

  

Uploading… [ Learn More ]

Your primary and other website phone numbers are all included on your website with dynamic shortcode. Any phone number registered in Yabber will be available on your website in any location, and it may be updated at any time. This includes the phone number in your primary website header. Numbers are updated globally, meaning that… [ Learn More ]

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