Zephyr provides a modern, sleek, experience while presenting all media in a timeline/slideshow fashion.
We understand the modern home buyer needs more than stimulating images to drive interest in the home. Other factors, such as schools and businesses within walking distance, are an example of how integration between data and beautiful imagery can deliver value. Zephyr seamlessly blends these needs together in an easy to consume presentation that is responsive and mobile-friendly.
Zephyr Key Features
- Fully responsive and mobile friendly
- Timeline based experience
- Supports all media types: still images, videos, panoramas, Matterport and Real Vision, and floor plans
- Side by side Floor plans
- Design options that control the presentation style.
- Font Selection
- Color Selections
- Agent Branding Visibility Options
- Thumbnail Preview
- Media Transition options
- New inline form to contact agent
If you make changes in a design, these changes will affect all the tours to which that design is assigned. To avoid changing any old tours please duplicate the design and give it a specific name.
This can be anything you’d like. For example, if you needed to create a new Zephyr option to reflect the colors of Keller William, you can set the nickname to “Zephyr [Keller Williams]” to make it easily stand out.
This design provides several color customization options to create designs unique to you and your clients. You can find out more on how to utilize these settings here.
This setting defines what font will be reflected throughout the page.
Visibility of media Name/Description in player
This setting lets you define whether the image titles/description will appear within the image slideshow
Font Size of image name/description in slideshow
This setting lets you define the size (small, medium, large) of the font size displayed within the slideshow portion of the tour page
Layout style of media name
Set this setting to Banner will set the media name and description on a color overlay for more visibility. Due to space limitations on mobile, 'Banner' style only applies to Tablet or Desktop devices.
Letterboxing of images in player
This feature allows you to turn off and on letterboxing for your images.
For videos in the player on mobile
This setting sets whether to use the default behavior of the device (by default, iOS typically displays videos fullscreen on mobile), or to ensure that video always plays inline. 'Inline' will allow for a more natural transition between media in the highlight reel.
Sets display of the player on mobile
When device is in landscape orientation. When 'Hide' is selected, the header and footer will be hidden, allowing the player to be full height in landscape orientation on mobile.
Initial Width of Floor Plan
This setting allows you to define how much space of the slideshow player the floor plan initially appears in
Visibility of Agent Branding
This setting allows you to define where the Agent Branding appears within the tour.
- Contact Sidebar – Start Open: the contact fly-out on the left will open at the start of the tour and close after a few seconds
- Contact Sidebar – Start Closed: the contact fly-out on the left will remain closed and require viewer interaction to open.
- Disabled: The contact fly-out on the left will be removed and a Contact button will appear in the top right next to More info.
- Persistent Header: Agent headshots/logos and contact information will appear in the top right header.
Agent Branding Size **this is only applicable if the option above is set to "Persistent Header"**
Sets the size of agent info and headshot
End of Tour Replay Option
This setting lets you define whether a popup appears at the end of the tour to allow the viewer to select whether to replay or loop the tour. If this is set to Auto Loop, the tour will continue to replay on its own.
End of Tour Music Option **this is only applicable if the option above is set to “Show Popup”**
This allows you to set whether music fades out or continues when the tour is over.
Standard or Thumbnail player Progress Bar
This setting provides two options for the progress bar
- Standard – small narrow bar at the bottom, with thumbnails that appear above as you hover over
- Thumbnail – provides thumbnails for immediate viewing.
Thumbnail Bar Location **this is only applicable if the option above is set to “Thumbnail”**
Here you can define if you would like this thumbnail progress bar to appear on the left, right, or bottom of the slideshow.
Here you have several options with how you would like the transition between media items to appear
Static or animated open house banner
This setting will allow you to choose whether the open house banner is static at the top of the design, or flashes every few seconds.
Visibility of 'Drag to Explore | Scroll to Zoom' Panorama Dialog Box
Show / Hide panorama dialog box.
Sets display of navigation in header
If 'Show Links in Header' is chosen, navigation links will be shown on desktop.
If a 3D tour exists
sets whether to display a popup of the 3D tour on page load (the 3D tour will still be visible in the 'More Info' section)
Visibility of image name in gallery
This feature allows you to show or hide the image name in the gallery.