Adds a careers page where visitors can view and apply to your jobs. Connects to the CATS Applicant Tracking System.
This can happen if you enter a URL into the Company ID field in Settings. For example, if you enter: http://acme.catsone.com instead of just "acme". Login to WordPress admin, click on Settings, then CATS JobSite. Make sure the first field, Company ID, is set to the short name only as per the instructions there.
This is because the
/wp-content/plugins/cats-jobsite/cache directory isn't owned and writable by the web server user. This can be accomplished on a Linux server by running a command similar to:
$ cd /path/to/wordpress/wp-content/plugins/cats-jobsite/cache $ chown -R www-data . $ chmod -R u+rw .
The default web server user is 'www-data' on Ubuntu, you should modify it accordingly if you're using another distro.
Backtrace and detailed debugging information is only shown if you're logged in as a WordPress administrator. Ordinary users will be simple, friendlier error messages.
Yes. The minimal stylesheet is located at
/wp-content/plugins/cats-jobsite/style.css. The templates are located in
Yes. The plugin is licensed under the GPL v3 which allows you to modify it as you like. See the file
/wp-content/plugins/cats-jobsite/COPYING for a copy of the license.
Yes. CATS is used as the database for storing applications and retrieving jobs and is used to perform much of the logic and customization. You must have a valid CATS account and transaction key in order for the plugin to function properly.
CATS Professional and the free CATS free trial hosted versions.
No. The open source version does not include an API or the website features required to power the plugin.
Yes. There are limitations to the CATS Applicant Tracking System public API. One of these is 1,000 connections per day (which can be increased if you contact the support team). A list can be found in their documentation here: Documentation
See the "lang/HOWTO.txt" file for more instructions about how to translate the plugin into another language. Your language may already be supported. If not, consider helping the community by writing a translation file.