Usage

  • The Employer Role

    WP Job Manager adds an employer role to your site. By default, if a user registers on your site while posting a job, they will be assigned the employer role. You can change this to any role in Job Listings > Settings > Job Submission. Employers have access to the Jobs Dashboard. On this page, […]

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  • A look at single job listings

    Single job listing pages use your theme’s single.php template and expand the content area to include parts like company information and the apply button. Displayed data By default, this single page template shows the following data: Job Title Job Type e.g. part time Job Location, linked to a google map Job posted date Company information […]

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  • The job dashboard

    The job dashboard is accessible by logged in users and displays their listed jobs. Like the submission form, the dashboard is shortcode powered and must be added to a WordPress page in order to be used. Setup Create a new page, name it something along the lines of “My Jobs” and then inside the content […]

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  • The job submission form

    The Job submission form is shortcode powered and must be added to a WordPress page in order to be used. Setup Create a new page, name it something along the lines of Submit Job and then inside the content area add the shortcode: View the code on Gist. It is best to insert the shortcode […]

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  • The recent jobs widget

    WP Job Manager includes a recent Jobs Widget which displays your job listings in date order: Widget settings The recent jobs widget has 2 settings: Choose a title for your widget and choose how many jobs you wish to show. Customising content If you want to customise the content of each job listed in the […]

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  • Shortcode Reference

    WP Job Manager adds several shortcodes which you can use to display jobs and forms. These are listed below. An important note for all shortcodes: Ensure they are not wrapped with any tags when adding them to your posts/pages. To check this, view the page content in ‘html’ mode and remove any formatting surrounding the […]

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