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Translate search bar | Disable salaries | Reply form

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  • megasat

    Hello,
    I just installed the theme and I have few questions:

    1) Is it possible to disable salary for the job? Or make it optional
    2) How can I translate the “search” and “keywords” in the searchbar? I couldn’t find the strings in Loco Translate
    3) Is it possible to edit reply to a job post form?

    Thank You!
    Ondrej

    ihor developer

    Hi,

    1. Sure, it’s just a custom attribute – you can remove it in WordPress/Listings/Attributes section. Also, you can add any custom attributes there depending on your requirements.

    2. These strings should be available in Loco Translate/Plugins/HivePress section.

    3. This form contains only the Message field by default, but you can also enable file attachments in HivePress/Settings/Messages section so users will be able to attach CVs.

    megasat

    Thanks!
    One more thing.. It seems like there is currently only one option for registration, is there a way to differentiate registration for Companies and candidates ?

    ihor developer

    Yes, there are 2 ways a user can get the company profile:

    1. If some user posts a job and it’s approved then the company profile will be created automatically, so “Post a Job” button is actually a process of registering as a company (if it’s the first posting). If you add some required company fields then the user will have to fill them during the job posting process (completing the company profile details).

    2. You can enable direct company registration in HivePress/Settings/Companies section, then users will be able to register a company profile via the /register-vendor URL, you can add it to the main menu. This option can be used if you allow registering company profiles without posting at least 1 job.

    megasat

    Thank You, all set 🙂

    The last problem Im facing is when you want to post a job, you need to select category first – https://imgur.com/a/gx4aFTt

    When I set the new categories without the Icon, they are not appearing in the frontend. Is it possible to make the categories as a list, instead of these tiles with icons?
    Or If I can edit this form https://imgur.com/a/wHqev1Z I could add the categories ad dropdown option and skip the “Choose category” step completely.

    Thank You
    Ondrej

    ihor developer

    This is strange, there’s no icon requirement for categories to appear, but they would have the same default icon if the custom one is not set. If you add the category drop-down to the listing form then it’s not possible to create category-specific attributes, please let me know if it’s ok and I’ll post a code snippet for adding it.

    megasat

    Hello,
    it’s okay as long as I can create attributes. I wont be using any category specific ones. Can you please send me the snippet?

    Thank You!
    Ondrej

    ihor developer

    Please try using this one:

    add_filter(
    	'hivepress/v1/menus/listing_submit',
    	function( $menu ) {
    		unset( $menu['items']['listing_submit_category'] );
    
    		return $menu;
    	}
    );
    
    add_filter(
    	'hivepress/v1/forms/listing_update',
    	function( $form ) {
    		$form['fields']['categories'] = [
    			'multiple' => false,
    			'_order'   => 20,
    		];
    
    		return $form;
    	}
    );
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