WPJobBoard 5.11.2

We just released WPJB 5.11.2, this update contains mainly bug fixes and small improvements so it is a recommended update for anyone using WPJB 5.11.0 (and earlier).

You should see an update notification in your wp-admin panel within 24 hours max, if not then go to the wp-admin / Dashboard / Updates panel and “Check Again” button the update should show then.

Below you can find a list of changes we made in the new release

  • FEATURE: When a user clicks the “Apply” button the button becomes disabled (to prevent accidental double application submissions).
  • FIXED: Changed cookie name used by WPJB from wpjb_transient_id to wordpress_wpjb_transient_id.
  • FIXED: Invalid Nonce error when editing an Alert from the wp-admin panel.
  • FIXED: Invalid Nonce error when editing a Job from the wp-admin panel.
  • FIXED: The capability required to run export was changed from “edit_files” to “export”.
  • FIXED: Jobs with longitude and latitude set to 0,0 will not show on the map (as they are not localized).
  • FIXED: Alert delete URL in the wp-admin / Job Board / Alerts panel points to a 404 page.
  • FIXED: Using the unserialize() function on empty objects causes a fatal error in PHP8+.
  • FIXED: Typo in one of the messages in the wp-admin panel.
  • FIXED: On the job application user is redirected to a 404 page because of a missing slash character.
  • FIXED: in the wp-admin / Settings (WPJB) / Pricing plugin will no longer show an error if the user uses a currency that is no longer available.
  • FIXED: Some shortcodes print warning/error messages instead of returning them.
  • FIXED: Various warnings
  • API: wpjb_admin_export_capability filter allows changing the capability required to run the export.
  • API: wpjb_skip_zero_lnglat filter allows showing jobs with 0,0 lng,lat on the map.
  1. oh no! after updating, the translation file from loco translate has been overwritten obviously?!
    is this double saved anywhere and how can i prevent this for the next update?

    but thanks for the update.

    • Greg
      Reply

      Hi,
      it is best to store your translation files in the wp-content/languages/plugins folder then they will not be overwritten on update.

      We do not keep translations backup anywhere, but if your hosting company creates full-site backups you should have it there.

  2. add: the invalid nonce error is still there under admin->settings->emails->delete custom email rule.

    • Greg
      Reply

      Thanks i will have it fixed in the next release.

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