Today we are releasing WPJB 4.4.6, this update includes some small incremental changes that will make it easier to configure and customize to your needs. Along with this release, we are also releasing Jobeleon 1.3.6 with a couple of minor bug fixes.
You can update either using automatic updates the new release should be visible in your wp-admin panel within 24 hours or you can download the latest version from the client panel.
Ok, so what’s new in this version?
Label field in the Custom Fields editor
The Label field allows displaying your custom text or HTML message inside the form.
Redirects and Custom Slugs – from wp-admin / Settings (WPJB) / Default Pages and URLs panel, it is possible to setup custom page to which user will be redirected once some action will be triggered. Currently, the redirects can be applied to following actions: User Registered, User Logged in, User Logged out and Job Application sent.
From the same panel you can setup custom slug (page name) for a job, resume and company details pages, so you no longer need to have jobs at http://example.com/job/test-job/ you can have them at for example http://example.com/gig/test-job/.
Stripe Update – Stripe integration was updated to latest version, there is no visible change on the outside but if you are using Stripe make sure you have PHP 5.3 or newer installed on the site otherwise it will not work.
If you are using a reputable hosting company you can be pretty sure that you already have PHP 5.3 or newer installed on the server.
General Job Application Form – the general job application form (that is [wpjb_apply_form] shortcode) from now on will show a success message if the form was filled properly and submitted, additionally if param job_id is set the job application form will send a notification to Employer who owns this job.
Custom Admin Email – when some email notification was sent to Administrator WPJB was using an email address specified in wp-admin / Settings panel, from now on if you would like to use a custom admin email address you can enter it in wp-admin / Settings (WPJB) / Common Settings panel.
404 Header For Expired or Inactive Jobs – If job expired or just is disabled the Job details page will display with a 404 header informing search engines that this page no longer exists unless in WPJB settings administrator allowed users to view expired jobs.
The full list of modified files you can view in wpjb-446-jobeleon-136.txt file.