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WordPress Careers plugin

Posted by M. 4Gani under Tools, WordPressi:

wpCareers (JobPortal Project) is a WordPress plugin

The plugin allows you to build an online jobs/resume website, where the applicants will be able to search, update, add/remove, and add or edit their resumes/profiles.

In addition, user can also add/delete/change descriptions, upload images/photos.

* In Admin Area the administrator will be able to:
* View and manage records in terms of add/modify/remove of entries
* Approve or deny the posts.
* Inactive Applicants Convert to Active
* Delete Users profile, Delete Employer profiles

It is a complete ready to use as Job Board System

IMPORTANT NOTE:

We strongly recommend  you using themes that the front page will be displayed in one column otherwise you use our theme wpcareers.

jPortal WordPress Theme

jPortal Theme

Some themes, which are already modified to use for wpcareer plugin, placed below for downloading:

Sandy-Kornikova

Accordion Lite Red City

 

NOTE:
Some themes, which are arleady modifie by me to use in wpcareer plugin, are available HERE!

This plugin is under active development. If you experience problems, please first make sure you have installed the latest version. Feature requests, bug reports and comments can be submitted [here]

1) Click here to download the wpCareers last release

Installing the plugin

Please test the plugin with your theme on a develop machine or a local machine, if the test is successful then install it on the production machine.

1. Extract files
2. Upload ‘wpcareers/’ folder to your ‘./wp-content/plugins/’ directory
3. Login to the administration and go to “admin panel/plugins” and activate the plugin
4. Go to the “Manage” tab of your WP.

You have now there a new tab called “wpcareers” to configure the plugin.
You will need to make the following folders writeable (chmod 777) :

– wp-content/plugins/wpcareers/templates_c
– wp-content/plugins/wpcareers/cache

NEW in THE VERSION 1.1
Add a public directory and upload the resume and images resources (the public folder must have write permission)

– wp-content/public/wpcareers/resume
– wp-content/public/wpcareers/public

Screenshots

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Demo link:

wpCareers

Questions and Examples of Use

Frequently Asked Questions

Todo:

Changelog:

Jan 18, 2010 – Released v1.1
– fixed for plugin auto-upgrade

72 Responses to “WordPress Careers plugin”

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  1. mustafa, 14. May 2012, 19:16

    <a href=”http://www.ikincielesyaalanlar.net/” title=”ikinciel eşya ” rel=”friend met”>dizi</a>

    dmoz kaydı yapabilirmisiniz ?

  2. ebinezer, 25. April 2012, 13:59

    Why wpcareers plugin to display two times in the page? Please expalin it.

  3. ebinezer, 25. April 2012, 7:25

    Please give short code for wpcarrers plugin

  4. yusuf, 21. April 2012, 23:38

    sitemi dmoza kayıt edebilirmisiniz.
     www.ikincielnotebooklaptop.com

  5. Ebert, 21. April 2012, 7:29

    An example in the demo page to delete a job without logging:
     

    http://www.wpcareers.com/wpcareers/?op=jdelete&id=8

  6. Ebert, 21. April 2012, 7:25

    I have also noticed that deleting a resume delete a job, I’ve solved the case.

    Change line 548  in  jp_post_resume.php:
    $ deleteResumeLinkForm = wpcareers_create_link (“jdeleteform”, array (“id” => $ id));

    by:
    $ deleteResumeLinkForm = wpcareers_create_link (“rdeleteform”, array (“id” => $ id));  

    *******************
    FULLY CORRECT! THANKYOU!!!!
    I just made changes in SVN
    *******************

  7. Ebert, 21. April 2012, 7:16

    In advance congratulations to the team for the great work careers.

    I ask you to add a condition to validate permissions deleted:
    jp_post_job.php
    jp_post_resume.php

    For example without logging the following link to delete the job 1:
    http://www.myweb.com/jobs?op=jdelete&id=1

    Without logging the following link deleted resume 1:
    http://www.myweb.com/jobs?op=rdelete&id=1

  8. paul tricklebank, 12. April 2012, 13:24

    an easy fix for the people having problems with resumes not posting.

    look in jp_admin_setup.php for the following:

    $wpca_sql[$table_prefix.’wpj_resume’] = “CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS {$table_prefix}wpj_resume (
                r_id int(11) NOT NULL auto_increment,
                rc_id int(11) NULL,
                r_name varchar(128) NOT NULL default ”,
                r_title varchar(128) NOT NULL default ”,
                r_status int(3) NOT NULL default,
                r_exp int(3) NULL,
                r_expire int(3) NULL,
                r_private int(3) NULL,
                r_tel varchar(32) NULL,
                r_salary varchar(128) NULL,
                r_contactinfo mediumtext  NOT NULL default ”,
                r_typesalary varchar(128) NOT NULL default ”,
                r_date varchar(64) NULL,
                r_email varchar(128) NOT NULL default ”,
                r_submitter varchar(128) NOT NULL default ”,
                r_desctext text NOT NULL default ”,
                r_usid varchar(6) NOT NULL default ”,
                r_town varchar(128) NULL,
                r_state varchar(128) NULL,
                r_valid varchar(11) NOT NULL default ”,
                r_photo varchar(128) NULL,
                r_resume varchar(128) NULL,
                r_view int(5) NOT NULL default 0,
                r_author_ip varchar(32) NOT NULL default ”,
                r_startDate varchar(64) NULL,
                r_fax varchar(32) NULL,
                PRIMARY KEY (r_id)
                ) TYPE=MyISAM;”;

    change the line:

    r_status int(3) NOT NULL default,

    to r_status int(3) NOT NULL default 0,

    if that doesn’t work go to phpmyadmin >SQL query and paste the following:

    CREATE TABLE  wp_wpj_resume (
                r_id int(11) NOT NULL auto_increment,
                rc_id int(11) NULL,
                r_name varchar(128) NOT NULL default ”,
                r_title varchar(128) NOT NULL default ”,
                r_status int(3) NOT NULL default 0,
                r_exp int(3) NULL,
                r_expire int(3) NULL,
                r_private int(3) NULL,
                r_tel varchar(32) NULL,
                r_salary varchar(128) NULL,
                r_contactinfo mediumtext  NOT NULL default ”,
                r_typesalary varchar(128) NOT NULL default ”,
                r_date varchar(64) NULL,
                r_email varchar(128) NOT NULL default ”,
                r_submitter varchar(128) NOT NULL default ”,
                r_desctext text NOT NULL default ”,
                r_usid varchar(6) NOT NULL default ”,
                r_town varchar(128) NULL,
                r_state varchar(128) NULL,
                r_valid varchar(11) NOT NULL default ”,
                r_photo varchar(128) NULL,
                r_resume varchar(128) NULL,
                r_view int(5) NOT NULL default 0,
                r_author_ip varchar(32) NOT NULL default ”,
                r_startDate varchar(64) NULL,
                r_fax varchar(32) NULL,
                PRIMARY KEY (r_id)
                ) TYPE=MyISAM;

    should fix it. Works for me :)

  9. RevKev, 27. March 2012, 11:25

    Love the plugin and think it will do quite nicely for my intended purpose.  However when installing on WP 3.3.1 with Buddy Press 1.5.4, after installing and configuring the plugin, unable to login to wp with existing user accounts – admin account and others. 

    Is there a way to possibly make it work??

    TIA

  10. Jevgeni, 21. March 2012, 15:17

    I have tried installing, reinstalling the plugin, but it does not create the database tables. Any thoughts?

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