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How to Create Pages to Support the Yabber Version 0.8.8.2 Plugin Update

This page will describe the process of creating various pages that are required to support new features in Version 0.8.8.2 of the Yabber Website Plugin. The updates on this page are required for any website prior to Framework Version 202406. Specifically, this FAQ will show you how to include the updated 'Geographic', 'Emergency', and 'Malware' pages.

Website Updates: Changes to your website are rarely required for plugin updates, but occasionally we'll include features that require new pages to be created in order to best utilise new features. Your website plugin should automatically update, but some of the features are predicated on an internal architecture to support new modules. The active plugin version is displayed in your website dashboard with a log of changes listed on our website. Your website version is denoted by the year and month is was provided to you (YYYYMM). All managed clients have updates pushed by us, so if you're on a managed plan of any kind you can safely ignore any update instructions.

The page we'll create will support Street Data (with associated entry page), the Malware Search Engine, and Emergency Search Form. Most pages are part of the Property Module, but brokers will see significant traffic (even without property listings or other real-estate integration) that has to be appropriately funnelled. A huge number of features are enabled with the inclusion of these pages, and they're a necessary requirement to support broader Property modules.

Update Support: Managed clients (or anybody on a monthly subscription) will have all feature enabled already, so please ignore this page. Given the moderate complexity required to create new pages, others can have us complete the updates for a small update fee.

A very basic demo of each module may be found by following the following links:

  • Primary Geographic Page [ Property Search ]
  • Emergency Services Search [ Emergency Search ]
  • Malware and IP Search [ Malware Search ]

The results will give you an idea of whether the updates might be necessary for your operation. If you promote property or you're engaged with the Real Estate market, the first 'Geographic Page' page is required (the purpose is not to simply render streets - it's the basis of a powerful conversion framework).

Yabber Plugin 0.8X: The Yabber website updates after 0.8 are incrementally introducing a large number of significant changes. You may continue to review updates on our Yabber Change Log page. Property modules will become active with Version 0.8.9.

  The Geographic Page

The Geographic page supports a large number of modules, so the single 'Geographic' page literally supports over 40-million records of various types.

Is the page already created? To check if the page already exists, navigate your way to yourWebsite.com.au/resource/geographic. If the page doesn't exist you'll see a 404 'Not Found' message. If it doesn't exist, we'll have to create it.

A Property API Key is required for this module to function. If permissions were not assigned in Yabber, or the API Key is missing on your website , an 'Unavailable' style of message will be returned.

Geographic: The Geographic page supports 'Streets', geographic searches, emergency searches, and global names (if enabled). If not created we highly recommend doing so.

The first step is to create a blank page from within your WP Dashboard 'Resources' menu - not the typical page menu - but the 'Resources' menu. You can give the page any name you like, but the 'slug' (permalink) must be called 'geographic'.

Create Geographic Page

  Pictured: The first step is to create a blank page from within your WP Dashboard 'Resources' menu. Not the typical page menu, but the 'Resources' menu. YOu can give the page any name you like, but the 'slug' (permalink) must be called 'geographic'.

You should add a featured image on this page, assign the page to relevant categories, and define your tags. Click 'Save'. You should now select the 'Edit with Elementor' button in order to build the page. Give it a few seconds to load.

In order to create the page you'll want to click the 'Settings' icon towards the bottom left of the page, toggle on 'Hide Title', and select 'Elementor Full Width' as the page type.

Geographic Page in Elementor

  Pictured: In order to create the page you'll want to click the 'Settings' icon towards the bottom left of the page, toggle on 'Hide Title', and select 'Elementor Full Width' as the page type.

We will have to add a title and the search form. Both containers are created via the same method. Search for the 'Shortcode' widget and drag two shortcode widgets onto your page. Copy the following two shortcode strings into the shortcode editor:

  • [bm_title id="resources_demographics"] (for the title).
  • [bm_postcode_geography_demographics] for the geographic page (and default search form).

Click 'Save'.

Geographic Page in Elementor

  Pictured: The first step is to create a blank page from within your WP Dashboard 'Resources' menu. Not the typical page menu, but the 'Resources' menu. YOu can give the page any name you like, but the 'slug' (permalink) must be called 'geographic'.

It should be noted that there's a dedicated widget for Titles, and another one for the search form... but we're not adding just the search form on our page. The shortcode shows the search on the entry page, but shows other information when the page is structured differently. What we've shown above is the easiest way of building the page (for now).

Click 'Save'. The page should now work as expected.

  The Malware Page

The malware page is a funny one. It's totally unlike broker websites to include this style of information, but we'll do anything to keep users on our website (or generate new traffic). When we send security articles to your website, or when you write your own security-related content, it might be worth pointing users to this page to reinforce your expertise. In almost all cases, the page is hidden from the standard menu or services structure, so you'll have to explicitly send somebody to your URL in order to expose the information.

This Page is Optional: The Malware page is optional. If the page doesn't exist on your website you may not feel a need to include it.

The page is created in a manner not totally unlike the page above. Under the 'Resources' menu (not the Pages menu - a common error), create a page with a title of your choosing, but ensure that the permalink slug is called 'malware'.

IP and Malware Search

  Pictured: The page is created in a manner not totally unlike the page above. Under the 'Resources' menu (not the Pages menu - a common error), create a page with a title of your choosing, but ensure that the permalink slug is called 'malware'.

Click 'Edit in Elementor'. As above, select the 'Settings' icon and optionally hide the title. The way you design this page is really entirely up to you. A narrow page format tends to work as the results are contained within a narrow frame. Optionally select the title widget in Elementor (or the BM Title if you've created a title for this page), and drag it into position. Create your page title and add any page text.

Malware Search Title

  Pictured: Click 'Edit in Elementor'. As above, select the 'Settings' icon and optionally hide the title. The way you design this page is really entirely up to you. A narrow page format tends to work as the results are contained within a narrow frame. Optionally select the title widget in Elementor (or the BM Title if you've created a title for this page), and drag it into position. Create your page title and add any page text.

The next part is the important part: adding the malware search. Search for the 'Shortcode' widget in Elementor, drag into your page (as pictured), and enter the shortcode of [bm_malware]. Click 'Save' and the page is created.

Malware Shortcode

  Pictured: Search for the 'Shortcode' widget in Elementor, drag into your page (as pictured), and enter the shortcode of [bm_malware]. Click 'Save' and the page is created.

Malware API: The Primary purpose of the Malware API is to identify malicious traffic at the server level. You can use this endpoint however you wish. Details are published in a blog post titled "How to Use the Abuse and Malware API".

  Emergency Services Page

The Emergency Services search is another one of those features that we include because we can, and not necessarily because we should. The primary purpose of the Emergency API is to show distances in property listings, but it provides for a nice sticky feature on your website that'll further engage your audience and reinforce your expertise in the market.

Already Exists?: If the page already exists you don't have to do anything. Navigate your way to yourWebsite.com.au/resources/emergency, and if a 404 'Not Found' error is returned then the page is missing from your framework.

The Emergency page is created as we did the other two pages. Create a page in your 'Resources' menu, give it a title of anything you like but ensure that the permalink slug is 'emergency'. Add a featured image on the same page and assign the page to a Resources category.

Emergency Resources Page Setup

  Pictured: The Emergency page is created as we did the other two pages. Create a page in your 'Resources' menu, give it a title of anything you like but ensure that the permalink slug is 'emergency'. Add a featured image on the same page and assign the page to a Resources category.

Click 'Edit with Elementor'. Once the page is loaded, select the 'Settings' icon, toggle 'Hide Title', and select the page as 'Elementor Full Width'. Once done, we can add just two shortcodes to the page.

The first shortcode is the title (managed from the titles module in Yabber, but accessed through shortcode). Drag a 'Shortcode' widget onto the page and add the following into the shortcode editory: [bm_title id="emergency"]. This will render the title to your page.

Select another shortcode widget and add the following into the shortcode editor - this will create the search form: [bm_website_emergency_redirect]. Add a row of lender widgets (which you can copy and paste from another page, add the 'mandatory' every-page subscription form, and click 'Publish'. The page is now published and the feature is active.

Emergency API: The Primary purpose of the Emergency API is to support the Property module. You can use this endpoint however you wish. Details are published in an FAQ titled "How to Use the Property Emergency Services API".

You may include the 'customised' search feature on any page. An FAQ detailing how to use the shortcode is detailed in an article titled "How to Include the Emergency Services Search Form on Your Website".

  Troubleshooting

if you create the pages, include the shortcode, and it does not function as expected, the following are a few steps you can take before contacting us.

  • Ensure that each page was created under the 'Resources' post type menu.
  • Ensure that the Permalink slug is exactly as described.
  • Visit the Permalink page under 'Settings -> Permalinks' and simply click 'Save' . This single action updates rewrite rules.
  • If the title fails to render, log into Yabber and refresh the Title cache.

Contact us if you encounter issues.

  Conclusion

We don't like introducing new pages that can't be created automatically, but in some cases there's no escaping the need - particularly as we incrementally introduce the framework necessary to support partner property and real estate.

As we've mentioned a few times, the pages may not be necessary. The Malware search, for example, is one that you will rarely (if ever) require. Even when a website is delivered to clients there is literally no direct linking to this module.

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  About Wistia

Wistia is a third-party service that provides videos hosting for a monthly subscription. It is quite costly, but the platform does provide for three free videos and we encourage all our users to sign up for this offer.

Wistia provides a large number of integrated video features that enable far greater insights into video performance when compared to platforms such as YouTube, and the level of statistical data returned for each user is significant.

Yabber integrates with Wistia in such a way that we effectively emulate most features of that service. This tight level of connectivity enables features such as the email collection turnstiles (or email capture form 'gates' within a video) to be used for engagement and not just consumption.

This FAQ should be read in company with those listed below since when you're updating a video you'll generally update all of the profiles shown at the same time.

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Wistia: You may sign up for a free account on Wistia at Wistia.com . Ensure you follow the FAQ on connecting the API and Webhooks to fully enable all of Yabbers features.

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Note

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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 ]

An FAQ titled "The Website Modal Overview" introduces the modal module in Yabber and on your website. This FAQ will show you how to create a standard and full screen modal, while other FAQs will discuss how the modal system functions in more advanced funnel-centric ways. The most basic way to reference a modal… [ 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 ]

Your website includes dozens of Elementor widgets that'll provide various types of drag-and-drop functionality. One of the simplest widgets will render a download box onto your website in one of two basic formats. The reality is that these elements are easy to create, so you may find yourself using native Elementor functionality to achieve your… [ Learn More ]

Every link on your website must be tracked - it's a marketing imperative, and one of the defining features of a funnel... and this obviously includes download links. This FAQ will show you how to create a basic Download Link with the universal link shortcode.

  Creating a Download Link

There are a few ways of… [ Learn More ]

Video is the secret sauce that'll engage and convert your customers. Period. Our entire marketing effort once colder contact is made is predicated on the principles of 'Know, Like, and Trust', and these attributes are determined by our perceived Expertise and Authoritativeness, and there's no better way of developing an early relationship by way of… [ Learn More ]

A sitemap is guidance for search engines that they'll use to navigate your website. Many pages are difficult to find and the sitemap helps them find pages that aren't linked to directly, or are difficult to find. The types of sitemaps assigned to your account are generally determined by your level of access, although this… [ Learn More ]

Your website is delivered with anywhere between 70 and 80 Frequently asked questions, and they form the basis of the FAQ accordions shared on various internal primary website pages. As per our terms, and with the exception of appropriately managed clients, it is your responsibility to edit, modify, or remove your own FAQs. The… [ Learn More ]

Linking from one page to another is a bread and butter website feature, but the standard method of linking is static and prone to failure, so we've introduced our own 'dynamic' method of internal and external linking that mitigates the weakness in links that are created in the standard WordPress editor. Our method is optional… [ 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 ]

Forma And Panel escalation is a component of the large Conditional Content framework that underpins your mortgage broker website and finance funnels. Basic conditional content features are introduced in an FAQ titled The Basics of Conditional Content and Interest Types, while advanced methods are addressed individually. One of the simplest conditional options to employ… [ Learn More ]

Customising the appearance of your website's administration login is a small feature, but it's a feature nonetheless. You may change the appearance by way of the background colour, logo to be more consistent with your branding. If you're using a partner login module, this feature might be considered somewhat essential. You will find the admin… [ Learn More ]

Email filtering is part of the Forms module. When creating a form you are presented with an option to define a large number of "What are you Interested in?" options. These options might include 'First Home Buyer', 'Refinancing', 'Renovating My Home', 'Investment Finance', and so on. A user may select any of these options when… [ Learn More ]

In an FAQ titled How to Update the ‘Every Page’ Compliance Footer and Disclaimer we described how to add or alter the General Disclaimer at the bottom of every page. This area includes your general disclaimer, Licencing details, ACL or Credit Rep attributes, or anything else your parent ACL holder deems necessary. That same… [ Learn More ]

Your website includes a large number of tools to group related content into an accordion-style panel - the Post Accordion is just another one of them. The feature is supported by shortcode and an Elementor block, and the style/presentation is managed in Yabber. This FAQ will show you how to use the tool. An example… [ Learn More ]

At the time of writing this FAQ the system is undergoing a slow and gradual to a new method of supplying various stylistic components to your website. The current methods that applies requires that you create an accordion for each module, such as FAQs, Posts, Related Content, and so on (accordions are generally used a… [ Learn More ]

Your website forms made available in Yabber and on your website are one of the most important marketing assets in your toolkit. They're the conduit that connects your website to Yabber and triggers the applicable automation schedules, logs the lead or prospect, and provides you with relevant notifications. Integration is made with various CRM systems,… [ 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 Yabber modal options made available on your website are extremely extensive. This FAQ merely provides a fairly broad modal overview that will direct you to an appropriate resource based on the type of modal feature you would like on your website.

  What is a Modal?

A modal is just a popup. Click on

The blockquote HTML element indicates that the enclosed text is an extended quotation - usually sourced from an external source. Our blockquote shortcode supports the blockquote standard when an external URL is cited as a reference, and basic usage simply supports an indented block of text. This will make sense in a moment.

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In a blog article titled "How We Increased Website Page Views by 12% With One Simple Feature " we introduced the reasoning behind sharing finance history images as our article featured images. Building the historical library has improved our page views, although sharing images of any specific type that resonates with your audience will likely… [ Learn More ]

The Quotes module wasn't designed for your website, but since the feature existed, we were obligated to integrate the tools. The feature was primarily designed for you to add quotes that would be converted to images for social media, and a secondary advantage of the feature (albeit one reserved for advanced users) allows for a… [ Learn More ]

In a previous FAQ we introduced how to render an image to your website with optional shortcode. The shortcode is optional but highly recommended because of the freedom and global flexibility that the shortcode provides. There are occasions where you simply want to link to an image rather than render it to a page,… [ Learn More ]

Straight up - this is going to get weird. You're probably familiar with the standard way in which to add images to your website. You select the 'Add Media' button in your post editor, upload an image, and a bunch of HTML is returned to your page. That's arguably the easiest way of including an… [ Learn More ]

The Version Control features associated with your Media Library and Download Manager are a compliance requirement. It is a legislated requirement that you maintain versions of all your documents of any kind. From a practical point-of-view, the basic versioning allows you to alter the file links on your website without interruption, so you may change… [ Learn More ]

Your Media Library will invariably populate itself with PDF documents 0 not entirely ideal for website viewing. The PDF Modal, however, presents the opportunity to share our PDF material in a unique way, track it, and action triggers on the basis of a user interacting with the asset (although the latter is quite advanced). You… [ Learn More ]

There are three shortcodes that are virtually identical in the manner that they may be returned. As we'll come to describe, the reason they're created as individual shortcodes is simply so that you may create text blocks without consideration to the shortcode attributes that may be required to alter their appearance. Individual shortcodes also allows… [ Learn More ]

Website Post Glossary Tooltip Terms are those terms in your glossary that, when used on your website in articles, will automatically carry a tooltip term sourced from your glossary. The text evaluated for automated tooltip terms are selectively sourced from your Glossary. This FAQ will show you how to use the module. You should first… [ Learn More ]

When you have your website delivered, it will include a 'Finance and Property Glossary' at yourDomain/resources/mortgage-glossary, and it will be accessible via the 'Resources' menu and various other locations. Depending on whether we set the website up for you, or you chose to set it up yourself, the glossary may or may not exist on… [ Learn More ]

You should always have a Facebook pixel installed on your website. This allows Facebook to evaluate your traffic, understand your audience, and it permits retargeting when required. Those of you running more than one website should install the pixel on each of these websites - we should not and will not let our audience go… [ 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 previous FAQs we've introduced both the Website FAQ and the Yabber FAQ. With the overlap in style applied to the resulting accordion, and for brevity in those other articles, this FAQ will introduce the common method of creating and applying styles to accordion panels. To define the styles for FAQ accordions, you… [ Learn More ]

The primary method of rendering accordion FAQ content on your website is via the Website FAQ module, and the FAQ architecture provides a unique and powerful experience. However, there are times when you would like to render random FAQ blocks made up of content other than post content, and the Yabber FAQ module facilitates… [ Learn More ]

The Website FAQs are arguably the most important information and education resource on your website. The Website FAQ module consists of an archive that isn't totally unlike your standard blog archive - it is a dedicated resource full of all the FAQ posts you create. Each FAQ in the archive links to the FAQ post… [ Learn More ]

The FAQ Module is central to the manner in which your website serves information to website visitors. We've run multiple experiments in the way various pathways are manufactured and determined that the standalone FAQ archive with referenced pages within your website will create more engagement and far more conversions. Despite its simplicity, the FAQ Module… [ Learn More ]

The Screenshots shortcode will embed a screenshot of a remote webpage into your own website. Initially created for the Shor.tt module well over 10-years ago, the tool has since created millions of screenshots reliably and almost without error. Screenshots isn't one of those features you'll use every day, but like a lot of what… [ 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 ]

Your website's Referral Form is a dedicated resource with its own features and automation schedule. Managed via Yabber and an Elementor block or shortcode, it may be applied anywhere on your website. It is expected that the form will be integral to your formalised referral, partner, and EDGE post-settlement/repricing programs. You will find the 'Referral… [ Learn More ]

The primary methods of creating website users/authors from Yabber is via the Author panel made available via the Website module. User profiles are created once and then sent to one or more websites in order to become active. Creating users in Yabber will soon be the default and expected methods of user creation in the… [ 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.

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The Header Banner is a simple single line text message shown at the top of your website to capture the attention of a user and create an escalated pathway. It is typically used to direct users to new product features, cash rate guidance, and other important news. You will find the Header Banner by following… [ Learn More ]

Website backups are essential. Despite introducing policies that vastly reduce the likelihood of your website becoming compromised (such as out Plugin Review policy), it is possibly that the open-sourced WordPress framework may become compromised. Sadly, this is just the world we live in. At the time of writing this FAQ we will create nightly backups… [ Learn More ]

Your website caches enormous amounts of data. Rate data, for example, is maintained for up to 48 hours before new data is requested, and most accordions are rendered as HTML text files for fast retrieval. In most cases, the expected behaviour is that when you update any system or send new data to your website,… [ Learn More ]

The footer banner is simply a floating message at the bottom of your screen. Shown only once to any user for a defined period of time, it's expected that the banner will include a link to another resource. The banner is a means of directing a user to important and timely content such as articles… [ Learn More ]

We will generally send anywhere between 8 and 80 articles per month to your website. The average number is around 24 articles, but it varies depending on consumer behaviour, rate and property trends, and other factors.

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At the time of writing this article we'll be playing 'catch-up' for those that didn't have the managed article… [ 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

Scrollable is a content tool we've introduced as part of our 'Blocks ' module, and downline to Yabber's parent Contentus module. Scrollable simply allows you to include blocks of content in a scrollable window for those cases where you choose to contain large amounts of text in a smaller contained area. An option to render… [ Learn More ]

The HTML <details> tag is a lesser-used HTML tags which often negates the need to use fancy-pants JavaScript to return 'hidden' content. Our shortcode that references this tags is a ridiculously minor feature, but since it utilises the Blocks Module it was worthy of inclusion. Many businesses have found use for the feature. Your… [ Learn More ]

Every page of your website requires either a form or simple panel - we know this. This FAQ will details how to assign your created forms and panels to various 'hooked' locations on your website, and how to create Custom Locations anywhere on your website with Elementor (or WordPress shortcode). Assigning forms to various locations… [ Learn More ]

We archive about as much data as ASIC and other regulatory bodies or institutions make available. The API we make available to all clients by virtue of their assigned key provides access to a large number of resources and tools - most of which you will never use. The API itself is used to measure… [ 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 ]

The category posts accordion will render an accordion with posts from various categories, or with specific tags attached. A combination of tags and/or categories might be used. The feature is similar in nature to the Related Reading List except that the accordion will periodically update based on new articles added to the applicable category… [ Learn More ]

The bmyt shortcode is now the primary method to render YouTube videos on your website. You should note that most video assignments on pages, FAQs, archive pages, and various other locations, are all managed via a point-and-click process, so the inclusion of videos other than these default 'hooked' locations requires use of the Elementor widget… [ Learn More ]

The 'Related Videos' panel will return a an accordion populated with related video modal links. The Relates Videos are managed in Yabber, so changes to the panel will be made on your website wherever the related series is shown. In order to use this tool, you must first connect YouTube and/or Wistia (YouTube is… [ Learn More ]

The 'Related Downloads' panel will return a an accordion populated with related downloads. The Relates Downloads are managed in Yabber, so changes to the panel will be made on your website wherever the related series is shown. In order to use this tool, you must first upload content to Yabber's Download Manager. You will… [ Learn More ]

The 'Related Article' panel will return a an accordion populated with articles in a series, or a group of articles for related reading. The Relates Series is managed in Yabber, so changes to the panel will be made on your website wherever the related series is shown. You will find the 'Related' panels within the… [ Learn More ]

The Statement of Values permits you to present your company Mission Statement and cultural Statement of Values. The panel is one of the oldest in Yabber and hasn't changed since Version 1.4 of the framework, so it's due for an update. You will find the 'Value' module in the back-pages module linked to from the… [ Learn More ]

The Yabber facility to create an about page is currently quite basic and due for an update. The purpose of the tool is to create the text on your website's 'About Us' page. You will find the 'About' page by following the 'Back Pages icon (back arrow) from the Website module.

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An RBA Cash Rate graph is shown by default on a… [ Learn More ]

The 'ImageCalc' graphing tool was initially designed to easily integrated graphs into automatically generated PDF documents. It has since been used by brokers in their articles because of its ease of use. The most common methods of including the graphs into standard articles is with simple shortcode, while Elementor is the methods generally sued when… [ Learn More ]

When Testimonials are received - regardless or whether of not they're published to your website - we will manufacture a suite of testimonial images that are suitable for social media. These images are all sent to your Vista Social Media Calendar once created. The Vista assignment will be blank, meaning that they won't… [ Learn More ]

The Testimonial module is extremely extensive. The framework permits you to assign a single style to all Testimonial sliders, or you may assign individual styles to Sliders where necessary. The Testimonial Elementor FAQ tends to expose how the system functions - this FAQ deals only with how to create and manage the styles.

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In order to create testimonial lists, it is assumed that a number of steps were previously completed. We should have connected (at a minimum) Google and Facebook. We should have defined Testimonial filtering rules, and we should have published testimonials on your website. Finally, we will have created at least… [ Learn More ]

In order to create testimonial lists, it is assumed that a number of steps were previously completed. We should have connected (at a minimum) Google and Facebook. We should have defined Testimonial filtering rules, and we should have published testimonials on our website. This process will take no longer than a… [ Learn More ]

Publishing Testimonials to your website requires that you have first connected the necessary social networks and set up testimonial filtering rules. The filtering will start sending testimonials to your websites as soon as they're received by Yabber. All testimonials are sent as drafts and will only publish once each testimonial is approved by you… [ Learn More ]

Before any testimonial makes its way to your website, we must first create filtering rules. Before any filtering can be applied, we must first connect Google and Facebook (at a minimum). This will populate our registered business locations and assign Yabber with the permissions that are necessary to periodically retrieve reviews. Reviews from… [ Learn More ]

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 ]

Statements was initially designed as a tool to quickly update titles for default and custom FAQ content blocks. We've since implemented the feature in other locations to support the dozens of other content tools. Similar to the extremely powerful Blocks module, Yabber permits the assignment of specifically formatted text blocks to various locations on your… [ Learn More ]

Statements was initially designed as a tool to quickly update titles for default and custom FAQ content blocks. We've since implemented the feature in other locations to support the dozens of other content tools. Similar to the extremely powerful Blocks module, Yabber permits the assignment of specifically formatted text blocks to various locations on your… [ Learn More ]

The website Progress Bar sits at the bottom of your page and indicates the page scroll position. It is a minor website feature.

  

The Result The result of the scroll bar on our website is pictured below, although you may scroll on this page to see the result.
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The Sharebar is a menu of social platforms that floats on your page. It allows a user to share the current page to social media. The result of the Sharebar on our website is shown below.

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The result of the Sharebar on our website is shown below. Social platforms are shown… [ 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 ]

Your website includes three primary pages to satisfy the Australian Privacy Principles (APP). The APPs are the cornerstone of the privacy protection framework in the Privacy Act 1988 and form part of your broader digital compliance architecture. The three pages are shown in your website footer. You may access the compliance module by selecting the… [ 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

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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.

  

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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 ]

When a website is delivered to you, the connectivity is established and the website will be partially customised. There may be times where you'll be required to add a new website to Yabber to enable the vast number of features. Yabber is a multi-website system that supports any number of your own (or child) websites.… [ Learn More ]

  Website Framework Changes and Plugin Updates

Related FAQs relating to any changes that might be need on your website to support new features. Generally required for those that aren't on a managed program.

This page will describe the process of creating various pages that are required to support new features in Version 0.8.8.2 of the Yabber Website Plugin. The updates on this page are required for any website prior to Framework Version 202406. Specifically, this FAQ will show you how to include the updated 'Geographic', 'Emergency', and 'Malware'… [ Learn More ]

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