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Getting support for Add-ons

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  • I thought you were the vendor?

    The page for the plugin: https://wpjobmanager.com/add-ons/resume-manager/

    links to you? A the bottom is says ‘A Project by Mike Jolley’.

    esmi

    @esmi

    Forum Moderator

    I’m sorry but these forums are not for commercial products. Only the free plugins downloaded from http://wordpress.org/plugins/. Please contact the plugin’s vendor directly with any questions about commercial products.

    Dear Mike,
    I purchased two sets of the following plugins, Simple Paid Listings and Job Alerts, and installed them in two different sites. Unlike the first installation, the second did not allow me to paste or enter the new licenses. The plugins activated automatically without confirmation.

    Recently, I have received four separate notices and deactivation of all four plugins, Simple Paid Listings, Job Alerts, Resume Manager and WP Job Manager on the first installation. The notice indicates that the activation is required for new updates. I reenter the licenses and get notice that the plugins are activated. (https://legalrecruiter.com)

    On the second installation, I get the following notice: “Please enter your license key to get updates for “WP Job Manager – Job Alerts” ..etc., but the second installation licenses key window does not open and permit entering the license numbers. I deactivate the license and activate it, and the messages and I get the following message: Plugin activated. (https://legalrecruiters.com)

    I was unable to find this issue in the forum or a solution in the documents. Please guide me to a solution.
    Thanks
    Stephen

    Dear Mike,
    I purchased two sets of the following plugins, Simple Paid Listings and Job Alerts, and installed them in two different sites. Unlike the first installation, the second did not allow me to paste or enter the new licenses. The plugins activated automatically without confirmation.

    Recently, I have received four separate notices and deactivation of all four plugins, Simple Paid Listings, Job Alerts, Resume Manager and WP Job Manager on the first installation. The notice indicates that the activation is required for new updates. I reenter the licenses and get notice that the plugins are activated. (https://legalrecruiter.com)

    On the second installation, I get the following notice: “Please enter your license key to get updates for “WP Job Manager – Job Alerts” ..etc., but the second installation licenses key window does not open and permit entering the license numbers. I deactivate the license and activate it, and the messages and I get the following message: Plugin activated. (https://legalrecruiters.com)

    I was unable to find this issue in the forum or a solution in the documents. Please guide me to a solution.
    Thanks
    Stephen

    Plugin Author Mike Jolley

    @mikejolley

    @icenett You’ve just replied to a thread telling you to go to https://wpjobmanager.com/support/ for support with add-ons 🙂 If you email there, I will happily look into this for you!

    Hi Mike,

    If I want to add a simple opt-in check box with copy for opting into future emails from our site on the out of the box “Apply for Job” pop up form

    Hi Mike,

    Originally my site had the add-on shown as below, but because of the other problem that I tried to solve, I deactivated that add-on, now I can’t activate it. It says the “License key unrecognised.”

    Advanced Custom Fields Settings
    Activate Add-ons.
    Field Type Status Activation Code
    Repeater Field Inactive

    Where can I retrieve the license key for this add-on? How can I get it activated again?

    Plugin Author Mike Jolley

    @mikejolley

    As the original post states, if its one of my addons use wpjobmanager.com/support/ or wpjobmanager.com/contact/

    Mike, appreciate your quick reply!

    Can I get help with the Advanced Custom Fields Plugins here? Do I have to get help from Advanced Custom Fields website http://www.advancedcustomfields.com/add-ons/?

    Plugin Author Mike Jolley

    @mikejolley

    No, you need to go to the author/developer for support.

    Thanks Mike! I have contacted the developer of the add-on.

    Hi there.
    I bought the petsitter template and it came with the job manager as one of its required plugins. The issue i have is that I can see the folder for the Job-manager-resume addon but its not installing or showing on my admin panel. this was the main reason I bought the template. please how do I go about installing the resume manager. I have tried both the manual and automatic uploads but it wont still show.

    Plugin Author Mike Jolley

    @mikejolley

    @adeybee it’s a paid addon…and I assume its not bundled with the theme. I am not the author of the theme anyway, so ask them.

    I am completing a client website and had used the plugin to allow employers to submit jobs. We would like to have the employers register using facebook or linkedIN

    2. Able to store the details of registered employers
    3. Be notified when registration is completed and
    4. be able to approve the submitted job offers

    At the moment, the plugins allows job submission with registration and send a thank you page after to the employers which is fine bit missing point 1-4 above

    Is there a plugin(s) to use to help solve the above?

    kspsgroup.co.uk

    Did anyone get “Enable Comments for Resumes” working. Followed the tutorial and still NADA…https://wpjobmanager.com/document/tutorial-enable-comments-resumes/

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