The Job Listing page
The Job Listing page has a search filter that allows visitors to search the listings by
- Job Category
- Job Types
- Job Tags
Search by Keywords
This search field is designed to do a “string” – as a character, word, or phrase – (all the words in the string) search instead of a “keyword” (that matches word to word) search.
Whenever you try to search for any word or string on the listing page, the search results show all the job or resume listing that contains any of the words in the string you searched for. The function looks for any words or strings matching your query in the Job Title as well as the description of the listing.
For example, if your site lists jobs for Software Developer when you search for “iOS Developer”, the search function will list all the Jobs marching
Search by Location
This field works similarly to the Keywords search but only searches the information provided in the Location field of the Job Listing post.
This field also acts as a filter to shortlist the results from the Keyword search. For example, If you search for “iOS Developer”, and Location “New York” then the page will show all the active job listings marching
iOS Developer &
New York as the location.
Job Category & Type
Job Categories and Job Types work similarly to WordPress post categories and types. You need to enable the option for adding Categories & Types to job listings in the settings for the plugin first before using them with the search field. You can enable both settings on the _Job Listing > Settings > Job Listings_ page.
By default, the Job Listing page shows all the active Jobs posted on your site. On visiting the listing page, you can filter out the list by unselecting one or more Category & Type checkboxes in the search filter. The filters also work with the Keyword and Location search to help filter the search results.
Category Filter Type: this setting allows you to either show jobs witing
Any category selected in the search field or you can enforce to show Jobs that belong to
All the categories selected.
Once you install the Job Tags plugin on your site, you can use Job Tags as an additional taxonomy to categorize and filter job listings. Job tags work similarly to Category & Type filters and help to filter our listings on the Job Detail page or search results.
Unlike Category & Type filters that support multiple selections, you can only use one Job Type at a time for filtering.
Job Tags also create Archive pages that can list only the jobs belonging to one type. For example https://example.com/job-tag/
Please note: Category, Type, and Tags filters will only show up on the search field if they are enabled in the plugins, and there is at least one active job listing on your site that belongs to the job category or job type and/or has the job tag. If there are no active jobs belonging to either a Category, Type or Tags, then these will not show up on the search filter.
Once you perform a search on the Job listing page, the search filter shows a link to an RSS feed. This feed link contains a list of active jobs on your site filtered by your search criteria. You can use this RSS feed link as a direct link to a list of jobs filtered by the search criteria.
The Resumes listing page
The Resumes Listing page has a search filter that allows visitors to search the listings by
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