Support » Plugin: WP Job Manager » choose page layout

  • Resolved wilfried1954

    (@wilfried1954)


    I’m experimenting with this plugin, seems wonderfull!

    But question: If I click on a job the job is listed in page layout as for messages. I like to change that page layout. Is this possible?

    How can I set the page layout when a user click on a job?

    If this is not clear I try to make it clear with some screenschots.

    rgds, Wilfried

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  • To be more clear:

    I have in my theme several page layouts: standaard template, full width, landing page, blog right sidebar, …

    The pages I make with the shortcodes: [job_dashboard], [jobs], … there can I choose witch page template I want, so no problem.

    But when a user clicks in a job in the [jobs] page to see the detail, then the detail is listed in the page template: ‘blog right sidebar’. That is what I want to change.

    Thank you, Wilfried

    Hello @wilfried1954

    What theme do you use?

    The post job is as “single post” – so you have to create your custom template for job offer (if your theme allows for it) or find a option in your theme settings.

    Grettings,
    Dariusz.

    Hello kibus90,

    Thank you for your reply.

    I use theme SKT Shudh. Site is online now: http://www.bemiddelaars.vlaanderen/ and Job = Vacatures.

    But I do not understand very well. I cannot force the plugin to use a specific (existing) page template? I’m not familiar with creating a custom template. Can I force something in functions.php? (I have made a Functionality plugin, can I do this there?).

    Or should I ask this to the developers of the theme?

    Thank you again, Wilfried

    Plugin Contributor Richard Archambault

    (@richardmtl)

    Hi!

    As kibus90 mentioned, WPJM uses the single-post template, and does not provide a way to change this in the settings. However, have a look here:

    https://wpjobmanager.com/document/enabling-full-template-support/

    and here:

    https://wpjobmanager.com/document/template-overrides/

    Thank you Richard. However I found a way. I copied in my theme single.php to single-job_listing.php and made there the changes. This seems to do the job.

    Thanks and best regards, Wilfried

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