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  • Resolved fortunerubix



    I was wondering if it’s possible to edit the job-pages template with Divi. I want every job-page to have the same layout, but made in Divi. Is that possible?



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  • Plugin Author Jeremy Scott


    Matador directly imports the job description from the Bullhorn Job Order “description” or “public description” fields. Since these fields are in Bullhorn, they do not support WordPress shortcodes, and further, these fields are multi-purpose and used by other integrations for mass-emailing, posting to other job boards like Indeed, and others. So not only do Bullhorn description fields NOT support shortcodes, you don’t want to muddy-up the Bullhorn DB with platform-specific tools either.

    If you are insistent on using Divi, you can use an action/filter to put necessary divi (or other page builder shortcodes) before and after the content output. For example:

    add_filter( 'the_content', 'prefix_matador_job_content' );
    function prefix_matador_job_content( $content ) {
    if ( ! is_single( 'matador-job-listings' ) {
        return $content;
    $before = '[shortcode]'; // Shortcodes and stuff for before the description imported from Bullhorn. 
    $after = '[/shortcode]'; // Shortcodes and stuff for after the description imported from Bullhorn. 
    return $before . $content . $after;

    That said, we highly recommend you instead either use a post type single template and skip the Divi altogether for Matador Jobs Listing.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by Jeremy Scott.
    Plugin Author Jeremy Scott


    Marked as resolved, unless original author has follow up questions.

    Plugin Author Jeremy Scott


    I want to add 2 shortcodes from divi (header and footer). It works with your code, but unfortunately they’re both boxed instead of full width. Is there a solution for that?


    Plugin Author Paul Bearne



    It sounds like you will need to adjust the CSS

    of look at the overriding, the theme templates
    or plugin templates

    if you need to a coder to help you can find a good coder for here

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