Add-ons

  • Resume Manager: Hide sign-in fields in resume submission form

    To hide the sign-in form fields in the resume submission form, add the following code to your theme’s function.php or through the https://wordpress.org/plugins/code-snippets/ plugin.  

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  • Applications: Limit past applications per page

    By default, the [past_applications] shortcode displays 25 past applications per page. To change that, add the following code using the Code Snippets plugin and adjust the value as desired: View the code on Gist.

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  • Resume Manager: Changing the permalink base

    Resumes default to the permalink ‘resume’. So, for example, a resume may have the following URL: http://yoursite.com/resume/john-xyz To change that to something else, e.g. ‘cv’, you can add the following code using the https://en-gb.wordpress.org/plugins/code-snippets/ plugin.

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  • Tutorial: Remove the Resume Preview Step

    Note: All code examples on this site are provided for developer reference/guidance only and we cannot guarantee that they will always work as expected. Our support policy does not include assistance with modifying or debugging code from any code examples, and they may be changed or removed if we find they no longer work due […]

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  • Integration for ZipRecruiter (retired)

    Notice: This is the documentation for a retired addon for integrating WP Job Manager with the ZipRecruiter service. As of 18 November 2020, we  are not longer selling this addon, either as part of the core addon bundle or as a standalone addon. The integration with ZipRecruiter was provided as a paid plugin for WP […]

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  • Applications: CCing an email to all posted applications

    Please note that all code examples on this site are provided for reference/guidance only and we cannot guarantee that they will always work as expected. Our support policy does not include assistance with modifying or debugging code from any code examples, and they may be changed or removed if we find they no longer work […]

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  • Applications: Customising Application Statuses

    Applications by default has the follow statuses (these are custom post type statuses): New Interviews Offer Extended Hired Archived Rejected From version 1.7.0+ these statuses can be customised by using the filter job_application_statuses. Adding a Status Example This example adds a new status called ‘Example’. The code would be placed in your theme functions.php file or […]

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  • WC Paid Listings: Give a free package to a new user

    Please note that all code examples on this site are provided for reference/guidance only and we cannot guarantee that they will always work as expected. Our support policy does not include assistance with modifying or debugging code from any code examples, and they may be changed or removed if we find they no longer work due to […]

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  • Applications: Rename “CV” to “resume”

    Changing the word “CV” in applications can be done in several ways, such as using the Say What plugin, or creating a localization. If you prefer, you can also use a snippet in your theme functions.php file. See: View the code on Gist.

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  • Embeddable Job Widget

    With the Embeddable Job Widget plugin, you can show a form on your site that users can generate some embed code with. This embed code can show listings from your site wherever they use the code. Installation To install this plugin, please refer to the guide here: https://wordpress.org/support/article/managing-plugins/#installing-plugins Once activated you’ll be able to use the form […]

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  • Applications: Limiting applications to a certain role

    A common request is to limit the actual application form to a certain user role. This is possible with a small amount of customisation, as follows: 1. Override the Template File Copy the plugin file wp-job-manager-applications/templates/application-form.php to YOURTHEME/wp-job-manager-applications/application-form.php. The version you copy to your theme will take priority. 2. Edit the Template File Inside your […]

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  • Tutorial: Add meta data to resume permalinks

    Note: All code examples on this site are provided for developer reference/guidance only and we cannot guarantee that they will always work as expected. Our support policy does not include assistance with modifying or debugging code from any code examples, and they may be changed or removed if we find they no longer work due […]

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  • Applications

    With the Applications plugin, candidates can apply to jobs using a form and employers can view the applications on their job dashboard. Installation To install this plugin, please refer to the guide here: https://wordpress.org/support/article/managing-plugins/#manual-upload-via-wordpress-admin This plugin requires WP Job Manager 1.22.0 and PHP 5.3+. Intended Usage This plugin can be used in two ways: If you offer job […]

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  • Bookmarks

    With the Bookmarks plugin, candidates can star/bookmark jobs, and employers star/bookmark resumes (if using the Resume Manager addon). Bookmarks can be given an optional note, and are shown via a shortcode on the front-end. Bookmarks can be created by logged in users only. Installation To install this plugin, please refer to the guide here: https://wordpress.org/support/article/managing-plugins/#installing-plugins During activation, this […]

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  • Tutorial: Enable comments for resumes

    Note: All code examples on this site are provided for developer reference/guidance only and we cannot guarantee that they will always work as expected. Our support policy does not include assistance with modifying or debugging code from any code examples, and they may be changed or removed if we find they no longer work due […]

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  • Tutorial: Changing the resume post_name/permalink

    To make resume permalinks unique, the slug has a random string prepended. You can customise this via a filter and custom function added to your theme functions.php file. This gist shows the code used: View the code on Gist. Comment out the parts you don’t want appearing in your resume permalinks.

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  • Tutorial: Require an active job package to view resumes

    Note: All code examples on this site are provided for developer reference/guidance only and we cannot guarantee that they will always work as expected. Our support policy does not include assistance with modifying or debugging code from any code examples, and they may be changed or removed if we find they no longer work due […]

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  • Resume Manager: Editing submission fields

    Please note that all code examples on this site are provided for reference/guidance only and we cannot guarantee that they will always work as expected. Our support policy does not include assistance with modifying or debugging code from any code examples, and they may be changed or removed if we find they no longer work […]

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  • Resume Manager: Overriding Templates

    The following template files are included with this plugin: Template File Name Purpose access-denied-browse-resumes.php A message which is displayed when the user doesn’t have permission to browse resumes on the frontend. access-denied-contact-details.php A message which is displayed when the user doesn’t have permission to see a users contact details on the frontend. access-denied-single-resume.php A message […]

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  • Resume Manager: Template tags

    Throughout the template files, various tags are used to output resume data. These are really mainly just wrappers for get_post_meta but some handle formatting too. The tags include: the_candidate_location the_candidate_location( $map_link = true, $post = null ) Uses get_the_candidate_location and outputs the candidates location including an optional link to google maps. the_candidate_title the_candidate_title( $before = […]

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  • Resume Manager User Guide

    Resume Manager is a paid plugin for WP Job Manager which provides you with a resume submission form, resume listings, and a candidate dashboard. Resumes created with Resume Manager are used to apply to jobs listed on a WP Job Manager site. Contents Installation Shortcodes Settings and Configuration Resume Listings Resume Submission Apply with Resume Pages […]

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  • Application Deadline

    With the Application Deadline plugin, job listers can set a closing date via a new field on the job submission form. Once this date passes, the job listing is automatically ended (if enabled in the settings). Installation To install this plugin, please refer to the guide here: https://wordpress.org/support/article/managing-plugins/#installing-plugins Setup Once installed, there is only 1 setting […]

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  • WooCommerce Paid Listings User Guide

    WooCommerce Paid Listings is a plugin for WP Job Manager which lets you purchase Job Listing Packages and (as of v2) Resume Packages (as products) which are then used to post listings. Installation To install this plugin, please refer to the guide here: https://wordpress.org/support/article/managing-plugins/#installing-plugins Setting up WooCommerce products as job/resume packages After installation the first thing you’ll need to […]

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  • Job Alerts

    With the Job Alerts plugin, registered users on your site can create job alerts based on searches (by keyword, location keyword, category) which are delivered by email either daily, weekly or fortnightly. Note: Geolocation and Radius settings on the Alerts page are added by the Job Manager Geolocation plugin, and do not exist in the […]

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  • Indeed Integration

    Notice: As of 2 November 2020, we  are not longer selling the Indeed Integration addon, either as part of the core addon bundle or as a standalone addon. Due to some changes that Indeed has made to their API, it is no longer possible to retrieve job information, which drastically reduces the usefulness of the […]

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  • Job Tags

    Using the Job Tags plugin you can add a new ‘job tags’ field to the submit process, show jobs filtered by tag via shortcodes, and add tag filtering to the standard jobs shortcode. Installation To install this plugin, please refer to the guide here: https://wordpress.org/support/article/managing-plugins/#installing-plugins Setup After installation, head over to Job Listings > Settings to […]

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  • Simple Paid Listings

    Using the Simple Paid Listings plugin you can charge a single fee in order to list a job on your site using either Stripe or PayPal to collect the funds. Please note that this plugin does not provide the ability to use coupons, discounts, or anything other than a simple “pay $X for job listing”. If […]

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