Features are items lists which corresponds to :
It's highly recommended to populate these lists before to manage properties.
To manage features, go to Components > Joomla Estate Agency > Manage features in the administrator area.
By default in JEA, there is a relationship between departments, towns and areas. It means that area is a part of a town and town is part of a department.
For some reasons, if you don't need this behaviour, it can be deactivated in JEA options > General > Relationship between departments, towns, areas.
If you have a lot of features, fill them by hand is a bit fastidious. So, you can import them in CSV to save time.
The CSV format used is semi-colon (;) to separate items and double quotes (") to wrap text. Columns are : ID;Value;Order;Language.
CSV example to import amenities :
14;Elevator;14;en-GB 15;Terrace;15;en-GB 16;Cheminey;16;en-GB 17;Balcony;17;en-GB 18;Garden;18;en-GB 19;Dependency;19;en-GB 20;"Equipped Kitchen";20;en-GB 21;Furnished;21;en-GB
Departments, towns, areas features don't have the column language.
Towns CSV columns are : ID;Value;department_id;Order where department_id corresponds to the primary key of the department feature.
Aeas CSV columns are : ID;Value;town_id;Order where town_id corresponds to the primary key of the town feature.
Departments and towns CSV examples :
70;Houston;100;1 71;"San Antonio";100;2 72;Dallas;100;3 73;"Los Angeles";102;4 74;"San Francisco";102;5
To export features in CSV files with the format described above, go to Components > Joomla Estate Agency > Manage features in the administrator area, and select all the features lists then click on the Export button. You'll get an archive in zip format with all CSV files.