2 months ago #1219371
As the title says,
This function seems like a part of the theme that once the job is set featured, cannot unpublish or even delete.
Is there any way to delete or unpublish?
I am guessing because it is set "featured", those functions (unpublish/delete) is diabled.
Why is that?
I mean it is very user-unfriendly. Recruiter (employer) make a mistake to set it featured and wants to remove / revert what they did.
Please tell me how to solve this....2 months ago #12193722 months ago #12193741 month, 4 weeks ago #12193801 month, 4 weeks ago #1219381
I think it is "re-post" or its related function that is causing this error. This morning I didn't duplicate a job but just pressed "re-post" icon and encounter the fatal error again.
But also if trying to " delete" duplicated post also give you an error. Then it is all start from duplicated job post maybe. Unless it's duplicated, the re-post icon should not appear, shouldn't it?
It would be great if you could support this as soon as possible.
Thank you.1 month, 3 weeks ago #1219396
We have checked your site and found the issue from the closing field. Please set is mandatory for that field, that will help you fix that issue.
Please recheck it.
Thanks.1 month, 3 weeks ago #1219397
I am sorry Jackie,
I don't understand what closing field means. Could you explain to me little more clearly?
Are you talking about job closing date?
If you are talking about closing tag, I have no idea as I didn't modify any code there. This is about fatal error you encounter by pressing duplicate or repost.
There is no section to make them mandatory or such...
Did you follow the error.txt I attached? (error code - ignore the /xxxx/ path)
Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Call to a member function getTimestamp() on bool in /xxxxx/wp-includes/functions.php:202 Stack trace: #0 /xxxxx/wp-content/themes/noo-jobmonster/framework/job/admin-job-list.php(275): date_i18n('Y-m-d', '73896875563080') #1 /xxxxx/wp-includes/class-wp-hook.php(309): jm_admin_job_list_columns_data('job_closing') #2 /xxxxx/wp-includes/class-wp-hook.php(331): WP_Hook->apply_filters('', Array) #3 /xxxxx/wp-includes/plugin.php(476): WP_Hook->do_action(Array) #4 /xxxxx/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-posts-list-table.php(1349): do_action('manage_noo_job_...', 'jo in /xxxxx/wp-includes/functions.php on line 2021 month, 3 weeks ago #1219406
Yes, I mean the closing date field. I have tried to clone the job from the front end, and it still works fine. https://prnt.sc/yXcZ7JyrJ7eW
Please recheck it.
Thanks.1 month, 3 weeks ago #12194091 month, 3 weeks ago #1219421
Are you following up with this?
The fatal error is still occurring.
Please duplicate and repost.
You can edit yes.
But to publish, you have to repost right?
And by the way, the closing date does not matter here. You said making closing date mandatory but it should not be that way. If that is true, that is also a theme bug....1 month, 2 weeks ago #1219423
Could you give me your support? This is a critical issue. It is going to be 10 days since I reported this first time.1 month, 2 weeks ago #1219435
We have checked your site and found that issue from your job post config. https://prnt.sc/vbUvCqQyu0U_
Don't input a large number to the job duration.
Now it works fine.
Please recheck it.
Thanks.1 month, 2 weeks ago #1219441
Thank you for identifying this!
Yes, the job duration was set insanely large number. I didn't have to make that much though there was a reason why I did so.
Basically, I didn't want to set a limit there.
The reason being is on this website, employers are not actually many different employers but just a few staff (from a single organization) acting as coordinators posting jobs and being in touch with job seekers.
Anyway, it solves the issue now thanks to you. I will close the ticket.
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