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When I use the shortcode [job-categories], the category “All” used to work, but not anymore. It doesn’t link to the page where all positions are posted. What to do?
Thanks for helping me out,
Plugin Author BlueGlass
Do you have a link where we can check it?
also, have you selected the main job listing page in settings?
Click on “Alle”.
The link: https://deborarichard.nl/?job-category=all stays on the homepage…. and button turns blue instead of red. (It worked before).
Thank you for your help!
“also, have you selected the main job listing page in settings?” – Yes
Since my website is not ready to launch, I like to put it in maintenance mode again. Can you look at my problem soon or can I send you the login details?
Thank you for helping me out. 🙂Robbert89
Your styles refer to the right classes, seems that you have to change some css to make them red.
.job-listing-categories .job-category.activeis the class associated with the buttons… On your site they refer to blue so you have to override this in your theme or child-theme.
Else you can go to:
and on line 55 and 57 you can change the colors directly in the plugin
note that styles changed in plugin will be overridden on plugin update.
Did you check the settings “Page where you list jobs” is this referring to the right page? seems to work on: https://deborarichard.nl/juridische-vacatures/?job-category=all
Thanks, Robbert. I did check the settings, and it works on https://deborarichard.nl/juridische-vacatures/?job-category=all, but the shortcode doens’t work properly on my homepage (it did before): https://deborarichard.nl/?job-category=all. Any other suggestions?
Do I have to use another shortcode? Or change other settings?Robbert89
At this point it seems you have 3 positions, Those jobs are posted to “/juridische-vacatures”. When i look at the positions posted (single-jobs)… they link to “/vacature/post-title”. This seems a bit odd te me.
You can check which page is pointed to as the homepage in WordPress.
Go to: settings, reading and check which is the homepage. Then make sure the homepage is loading the short-code 🙂
Let me know if this got you any further.Thread Starter deborarichard
My homepage is “Home”, but how do I make sure that this page is loading the short-code in the right way? Which steps do I have to follow for linking to the right (job positions) page? It worked before.
I also styled the buttons and they all work, except for the one I showed you (but then again, it worked before).
I hope you can help me out.Thread Starter deborarichard
When I put the shortcode [job-categories] on a random page of my website and I click on the “All” button, I stay on the same page instead of being linked to the job postion page. I still hope you find a solution for this. In the meantime is it possible to leave “all” out in the shortcode? Because the other job categories are linking in the right way (to the job position page).Thread Starter deborarichard
How can I leave out “all” in shortcode [job-categories], so it’s not showing the button “all” on website page?
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