8 months, 1 week ago #1080886
You can add priority by adding the "!important" attribute
content: "search"!important;8 months, 1 week ago #10809098 months, 1 week ago #10809128 months, 1 week ago #10809148 months, 1 week ago #1080918
You can override CSS:
content: "\f0f6"!important; // replace "\f0f6" => your icon
Or use the child theme and customize the heading.php file (/wp-content/themes/noo-jobmonster/layouts/heading.php)
tb.7 months, 1 week ago #10819247 months, 1 week ago #1081949
This is a warning for fields that require a value to come from a browser, currently without customizations to change colors.
tb.7 months ago #10819707 months ago #1082020
Please send me wp admin account. I will help you check.7 months ago #10820267 months ago #1082072
I checked this problem and it seems to exist on Jobmonster. You can either wait for the update or send me an FTP account. I need it to update the code.
tb.7 months ago #10820787 months ago #1082081
I took a closer look at Jobmonster. This is not really an error.
When you enable "posting resume" by "Candidates with Paid Package" function, the package will have an expiration time. => There will be a function to automatically scan the resume with expired Candidates and move it to pending status => I'm just not sure that your package has 18 months but when users create a resume it doesn't seem to update the expiration time for this resume.
You can send me a FTP account to check this problem.
tb.7 months ago #10820867 months ago #1082106This reply has been marked as private.7 months ago #10821217 months ago #1082134This reply has been marked as private.6 months, 4 weeks ago #10821446 months, 4 weeks ago #1082164
The problem has been fixed.
But you still need to note the following:
- If you use the resume package -> All resume will turn into Pending status when the package expires.
- So depending on how you want the site to work => choose whether or not to enable resume packages or not.
- You should refer to this article to better understand how Child Theme works:
Copying the "framework" folder to Child Theme does not mean that it will overwrite all the files in this folder.
=> difficult to control the topic, when there are new updates.
You should only override functions or templates that you want to change.
These are the directories and files you can overwrite by copying them to the child theme.
To override a function:
To overwrite a file using "include" / "require" / "require_once":
tb.6 months, 4 weeks ago #10821726 months, 4 weeks ago #10821786 months, 4 weeks ago #1082186
Moving forward will the site function ok and update with the current child theme?
As I described above, which files and folders can be copied to the child theme and they will automatically overwrite the original theme.
You will not be able to overwrite files in the "framework" folder by the way above. This folder mainly contains functions, if you want to override a function, you just need to copy this function to the functions.php file of Child Theme and edit it.
- Change color text: you can add these lines to style.css of Child Theme:
tb.6 months, 3 weeks ago #10821956 months, 3 weeks ago #1082205
Can you tell me the file and function you edited to make it clearer?
I will then be able to guide you.
tb.6 months, 3 weeks ago #1082300
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