Support » Plugin: WP Job Manager » Click Usernames- Profiles Oddity

  • Resolved excanuck407


    Hi Mike!

    Before your most recent update was applied,

    When I click on a username of either a job poster or a candidate:

    a) When logged in, I saw “Sorry, no content matched your criteria” and a whole bunch of pagination links that don’t exist.

    b) When NOT logged in, I saw “You need to be signed in to view this page” and the same pagination links at the bottom.

    I installed Profiles module and it does nothing, so I deactivated it.

    After your update I now get “Your resume(s) are shown in the table below” even when I click on someone else’s username.

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  • Plugin Author Mike Jolley


    Not sure what you are using for profiles but my plugins don’t include a ‘profile’ page. The output you are describing comes from [candidate_dashboard] shortcode. This should be added to a page only.

    I think I know what it is. I added all of your shortcodes to Posts. What I’m seeing is the Post credit line stating that the Post was created on DATE by USERNAME.

    When someone clicks USERNAME they land on the USERNAME arvhive or something weird. Regardless of what page is loaded after clicking USERNAME at the top of a Post, the simple work around could be to never display the Post credits.

    So when running WP Job Mrg in Posts instead of Pages, maybe a means of omitting the Posts’ credits is needed. Then the DATE by USERNAME line never displays to cause these odd results.

    .post-info {display:none;}
    Bug solved, except now NO POSTS will display who wrote ’em.

    Plugin Author Mike Jolley


    See if your ‘body’ tag has some unique classes when viewing a job – this will let you selectively hide parts with CSS.

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