Tagged: jobs job post
4 months ago #1082066
Hello there, I bought a license of JobMonster and find it awesome, but my client asks to get rid of the chance for employers to post new jobs. The website must be a normal list of profiles/resumes and employers must log in to view all the details and info. No jobs posting.
How can I get this done?
Thanks in advance...
Furio4 months ago #1082076
Jobmonster is the topic to post jobs -> completely removing code is not feasible. Jobmonster currently has no option to turn off job posting.
You can try the following steps to hide post a job:
- You need to active the Child Theme, because you will need to customize the code.
- Select dropdown menu item for Employer. http://prntscr.com/q6wzvv
- Set the redirect url when employer login: http://prntscr.com/q6x0q4
If you leave this blank, it will redirect to the job management page
- Add this line to functions.php of Child Theme: remove the button "Post a Job"
remove_filter( 'wp_nav_menu_items', 'noo_navbar_btn', 11, 2 );
- You use Child Theme and customize these files to remove the menu item "Post a job".
tb.3 months, 3 weeks ago #1082341
I followed your instructions, but the button is still there... What's going on?
Can you check my site?3 months, 3 weeks ago #1082350
Please send me link your site and wp admin account (Set as private reply). I will help you check.
tb.3 months, 3 weeks ago #1082358This reply has been marked as private.3 months, 2 weeks ago #1082368
I have some updates for the remove button function in the functions.php file of Child Theme.
I added the logo on your site and it still normal work.
Please reload your site and check again.
Note: If you use Elementor plugin, you should remove the WPBackery Page Builder plugin and vice versa.
tb.3 months, 2 weeks ago #1082401
It was not clear about Elementor and WP Bakery, they both got installed and I didn't knew why.
Thanks for your help, I'm going to check the updates on child theme!
Thanks a lot!
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