Support » Plugin: WP Job Manager » Translate word "Posted" and some other Questions

  • Resolved bffnb



    Great Plugin 😉

    1. I had a problem that after creating my first job and refresh the jobs page a few time the page dont show up – after saving the permalink structure (custome one) it works fine so far.
    Is there any reason why this happen? I will start my page and cannot afford such a Probem in the future!

    2. Where can i translate the post date – i mean the word “Posted”
    nothing in the po file? If the string is missing – please ad it in the next update and tell me where i can change it

    3. Where can i remove some input fields and / or make it not a required field?

    4. Where can i remove the “Apply for Job” button?

    Thank you so much!

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  • Hi again Mike!

    Forgot some questions 🙂

    5. Where can i remoe the logout link with the key icon?

    6. My theme has a build in love button where users can save her favorite post – the jobs detail page shows up in a post (i guess) and there is also the love button from my theme 🙂 but it does not save the post?
    Any idea why? how can i fix it ?

    7. as mentioned before, i use a custom permalink structure:


    but the job posts show up:


    Is there any Problem or is this ok??? I will not risk a conflict when i go online 🙂

    thank you so much and best regards Mike

    Plugin Author Mike Jolley


    1. Normal WP behaviour
    2. It should all be in the po. You can re-scan with codestyling localisation if you need to
    3. See docs on ‘editing the form’
    4. See docs on template overrides
    5. Same as 4
    6. Can’t help with custom theme functionality. Jobs are just a post type, ask the author.
    7. jobs are slug based. This is how custom post types work.


    The string “Posted %s ago” is missing 🙁

    Plugin Author Mike Jolley


    If definitely localised look: It’s probably just missing from your po file, in which case you need to rescan the files (codestyling localisation can do this, so can poedit).

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