This won’t be the first time you look for a directory theme, but it will be the last time. Because with Listify you have more than you could ever want or need.
Whether you know it or not, many of the websites you visit are powered by directories.
When you buy a house – real estate sites show listings.
When you buy a car – car sites show listings.
When you pick a restaurant – ratings sites show listings.
When you book a vacation – travel sites show listings.
Your site will be a thing of beauty. Let’s be honest, the problem with most of those sites, while highly functional, is that many of them aren’t very pretty. It’s why the beautiful ones are so popular, because they match great photography with fantastic functionality.
That’s what we’ve done with Listify v1.0.5.
v1.0.5: July 1, 2015
New: Add tertiary navigation menu label on mobile.
New: “Business Hours” in its own meta box in the admin.
New: Link address to directions in the Map widget on a single listing.
Fix: Ensure Points of Interest are hidden on the default map scheme.
Fix: WooCommerce product search.
Fix: Add WooCommerce error output on VC Homepage.
Fix: Allow the /listing/ and /listings/ slugs to be hardcoded in a translation file for Polylang.
Fix: Add listify-child admin-texts configuration to wpml-config.xml for the default child theme.
Fix: Carry over the selected package when coming from the Plans and Pricing page.
Fix: Prepend http:// to social links if missing.
Fix: Make sure the biography is always editable in the profile.
Fix: Change h1 to h3 on default widgets.
Fix: Only show comments on published listings.
Fix: Update WCPL Strings for 2.5.4+
Fix: When searching a second time for a previously searched location make sure results are updated again.
Fix: Remove “Mark Filled” and “Mark Unfilled” by default.
Fix: Allow gallery images to be fully removed when editing a listing.