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[Resolved] Job Page Full Width

  • Hi,
    Can you help and sorry if this a trivial question.

    Installed WP Job Manager okay and it’s all working as it should. Great.

    When you click on a job that is listed (on the main site) you are taken to a page that shows that jobs details. The page is not the full width and shows a sidebar widget (which is empty. Titled ‘In Archive’).

    I cannot find a setting within the plugin to display the job the full width of the page and I don’t know where/how the page is created (it’s not in the Pages section).

    Is someone able to let me know. It may not be the plugin that is doing this, but I cannot find a setting for this.

    Thanks

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-job-manager/

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  • I have seen a previous posted with a reply;

    “I’d probably say you’re best option would be to create a new page template. If you duplicate (inside your theme) page.php and name it single-job_listing.php you can then remove the sidebar calls and the other part from the html.

    Alternatively you may be able to do it with CSS if the body has a unique class – easier but messier”.

    I have tried this and it does remove the widget area, but the job details does not go the full width of the page.

    I have the columns set on the job listings page to one column but no joy on the job page full width.

    SOLVED.

    After copying,pasting the page.php changing to single-job_listing.php within the Child’s Theme which removed the widget area.

    I solved the full width problem by going into the CSS of my Child’s Theme (style.css) and changed the class .col-620 to be 100% instead of 65%.

    Job page is now showing the full width of the page and is not affecting any other page.

    Result!

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