Support » Plugin: WP Job Manager » some questions regarding user who wants to post data to the wp-jobmanager….

  • Resolved tangermaroc


    hello and good day,

    Many thanks for bringing this awesome plugin to us. i have seen some other plugins – but i have to say. i love this plugin too,.

    since i did not install wp-jobmanager yet h here some ideas & questions that came up to my mind:

    some questions: if some user add some data to the WP-Job Board Manager

    do the user have to be ..:
    – a logged in user or does
    – the plugin have the variety of action and hook to extend functionality as needed.

    What about the Job Submit-form /or let us say “functionality”?
    let us admit that a user wants to submit a job via a form – let us say anywhere. how is this possible?

    Does the user – who wants to submit a job for example – does he have to be registered!?

    in other words: am i able to add custom input fields under registration forms and validated data and the most important thing:
    is there a default registration form under dahsboard for no looged-in user, oe are there also options to display registration form via shrotcode to anywhere, so that the user (who wants ot add some data to the wp-jobmanager) has got a registration form

    I hope i was able to express what i want to say.

    look forward to hear from you.

    please keep up the great work – it looks great so far – and i like all the features i saw in the annoucneent

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  • No they don’t have to be logged in. Yes there are filters everywhere in the core plugin.

    You can configure in the settings to create an account for the user when they submit a listing (if you want).

    Submit job form uses a shortcode you can put it anywhere you want

    There is no “user registration form” from WP Job Manager, an account can be created from the form but that is for submitting a listing.

    If you want a “Custom user registration form” there’s plenty of other plugins out there that provide this.

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