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post to website

Post by lfukuda » 17 Nov 2018, 00:15

Is there a way to post the job orders to a website?
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Re: post to website

Post by RussH » 17 Nov 2018, 15:12

Hey

Yes either enable the careers portal if you want to run your own job site, or use the WordPress plugin, or use the XML feed to provide jobs to a 3rd party job site.
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Re: post to website

Post by caines1989 » 21 Nov 2018, 14:58

Hi Russ

how would you do this if you have a wordpress website?

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Re: post to website

Post by RussH » 21 Nov 2018, 16:10

Currently for wordpress you have three options;

1. Put the Careers portal in an iframe. Potentially looks the worst, but gives you the tightest website/opencats integration

2. Use the plugin WP Job Manager and point your XML feed at it. Looks very nice and integrated on the website.

3. Use the Wordpress Opencats plugin on the site - it'll show a sidebar of available jobs, a job listing and separate page per job with 'apply here' buttons. This will send you an application (not integrated to the backend). This needs a MySQL connection open from your webserver to your opencats database (by default, on port 3306)
*if you're on shared hosting this is the most vulnerable option.
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Re: post to website

Post by caines1989 » 30 Nov 2018, 23:11

Thanks Russ I will defo try this put and keep you posted on how it goes :)

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