The Results widget should be placed on your designated "results" page in your website as part of the foundation page setup, and will display the properties resulting from a search.
NOTE: The Results widget can only be deployed ONCE on a page.

This Version 3 widget is mobile responsive and will expand to fill any container / space made available in your website page design.

Widget Themes can be used to apply predefined, or your own, color schemes.

Minimum width: Designed for mobile.

Maximum width: Unlimited.


1. id='MBBv3_ListingResults'

Search Filter
See "Results Widget as a Display Widget" for details on how to use a Filter with the Results widget to make make it function as a Display Widget.
<div id="MBBv3_ListingResults"></div>

Or, if you are using WordPress and have installed the MBB WordPress plugin, the equivalent shortcode for this widget would be:

[mbb_widget id="MBBv3_ListingResults"]

2. Hide the "My Account" Options (login etc) bar

The horizontal bar above the Results displays the My Account login panel with links for "Searches and Alerts, Favorite Properties, Recent Properties, Register, Login"
This bar is presented by default.
If you wish, you can hide this using the following filter option:

  • filter="login-panel:false"

For example:

<div id="MBBv3_ListingResults" filter="login-panel:false"></div>
[mbb_widget id="MBBv3ListingResults" filter="login-panel:false"]

3. Initial Results Tab (Map, Gallery, List)

Choose the initial view (tab) you want to have shown. The default is the list view.

  • filter="tab:{list | map | gallery} ¬†(default is "list")

For example:

<div id="MBBv3_ListingResults" filter="tab:gallery"></div>
[mbb_widget id="MBBv3ListingResults" filter="tab:gallery"]

4. Set the Initial Map View Center Point and Zoom

Choose the center point and zoom level you want for the initial map view.
This filter requires latitude and longitude values so use the LAC Wizard to create these filter values.

Remember the view of the map does not affect the result, just the view.


Below is a visual example of a search sequence on your website:

  • A Search will go to your "results" page and show results using the Results Widget.
  • Clicking on "View Details" for a property will go to your "details" page and show property details using the Property Details Widget