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By default, WP Job Manager is all self-contained within shortcodes but since it uses custom post types, you can enable post archives and theme it fully. Some themes (such as Jobify) already do this.
Once enabled, you can make use of the WordPress Template Hierarchy and create template files for archives of jobs.
Note: The only template file WP Job Manager does use by default is single-job_listing.php for the single job listings.
Adding Theme Support
Using the Code Snippets plugin, create a snippet with the following code:
add_theme_support( 'job-manager-templates' );
After doing this, go to Settings > Permalinks and save. Custom Post Type archives will then be enabled.
You’ll find the job listings archive (by default) at yoursite.com/jobs
The WordPress Template Hierarchy will be used. Key templates you can theme include:
- archive-job_listing.php (http://codex.wordpress.org/Template_Hierarchy#Custom_Post_Type_Archive_display)
- taxonomy-job_listing_category.php (http://codex.wordpress.org/Template_Hierarchy#Custom_Taxonomies_display)
- taxonomy-job_listing_type.php (http://codex.wordpress.org/Template_Hierarchy#Custom_Taxonomies_display)
Adding Theme Support for Add-Ons
Theme support can be added to the Resume Manager add-on by using the Code Snippets plugin to create a snippet with the following code:
add_theme_support( 'resume-manager-templates' );
After adding this snippet, go to Settings > Permalinks and save. Custom Post Type Archives for the Resume Manager will be enabled.
By default, the resume listings archive can be accessed at yoursite.com/resumes
The Applications add-on does not have full template support at this time.