WP Job Manager does exactly what I needed, but where I’m really impressed is how well it’s templated so that you can very easily customise it via your theme.
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Mike has created an excellent, lightweight and modular WordPress Job Board plugin that I’m happy developing 3rd party plugins for.
I’m using version 1.0 which only came out 5 days ago, and already blown away by its flexibility and programmatic approach compared to some of the other plugins I tested. Highly recommend!
When I heard that mikejolley was creating a job board plugin I had great expectations, which I am happy to say WP Job Manager lived up to.
Fix link to extensions page (#2650)
Update Twitter to the new X logo
Fix: Only run has_shortcode if content is not null (#148)
Fix: Fix EJW plugin link (#138)
Enhancement: Improve settings descriptions (#2639)
Enhancement: Add directApply in Google job schema (#2635)
Enhancement: Add ‘Don’t show this again’ link to dismiss promote job modal in the editor (#2632)
Enhancement: Add landing pages for Applications and Resumes extensions (#2621)
Fix: Align actions in notices in the center (#2637)
Fix: Safeguard array in WP_Job_Manager_Settings::input_capabilities (#2631)
Fix: Escape menu titles and various admin labels (#2630)
Fix: Incorrectly duplicated string in settings (#2628)
Fix: Add array initialization to avoid warning (#2619)
Fix: Do not check for plugin updates when there are no plugins (#2605)
Change: Reorganize administration menu (#2621)
Change: Update naming from Add-ons to Extensions, Marketplace (#2621)
Fix: Fix date pickers for dynamically added resume sections
Fix: Only load resume scripts on relevant pages
Tweak: Scroll to top of resume list after page change
Fix: Fix embeds for resumes
Tweak: Only show skills if skills are enabled in the settings
Fix: Fix my-alerts.php template HTML
Fix: Make ‘Add alert’ link relative
Fix: Fix redirection after actions on My alerts page