WP Job Manager Plugin Job Titles does not display

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  1. gezikpe
    Member

    I want to use WP Job Manager to display jobs but have not been successful. The Job image, Location and time posted display but not the Job Title. I was advised by the plugin owner that it is a template issue and I have tried other templates and the Job title displays. This can be view at http://www.anageos.com/jobs-2

    Posted 3 weeks ago #
  2. OnePressTech
    Member

    Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but no one from MSMW staff have responded to this forum or email contacts for over a year. Don't ask me why they disappeared though...I don't know...I am just another MSMW client like you waiting for MSMW to respond.

    Regarding your problem...your <h3></h3> wrapper for the text has been hidden by some CSS code somewhere. opacity is set to 0 rather than 1. Take a look in you theme "skin" under the admin /skins menu.

    If you can't locate where this opacity is being set you can add the following line of CSS in your theme admin custom css section to override it globally:

    h3 {opacity:1;}

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    NOTE
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    I couldn't wait forever for MSMW to get back in the game though since I am a Managed WordPress Cloud supplier who needs to support clients on the defunct MSMW themes so I created a community fork of the open source MSMW themes at https://backstopthemes.com and upgraded the code to support php7 and WordPress 4.7 (I'm bringing the jquery up-to-date next). For the techies, you can participate in the community at https://gitlab.com/BackStopThemes.

    NOTE: This excludes Awake and inFocus since these are proprietary ThemeForest distributed themes.

    BackStop Themes instructions:
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    Note: Always make a backup of your current system before upgrading your theme in case you want to roll back.

    Manual upgrade options are:
    a) Copy the new folder contents into the old folder; OR;
    b) Rename the old folder, upload the new folder; OR;
    c) Delete the old folder, upload the new folder

    I tend to use option b.

    Remember to download a copy of the old theme folder first as a backup. If you upgrade using option b or c you will need to copy your skin folder and css file from the backup theme copy folder to the new live theme folder.

    FYI - BackStop themes is a community-based support environment for the now defunct MSMW themes. Please keep in mind that support is now community based so please be patient. None of the money you spend / have spent on MySiteMyWay goes to the new community-based support environment which was established and is maintained by OnePressTech Pty Ltd.

    If you choose to continue with BackStop Themes you can email admin@backstopthemes.com to be added to the BackStop Themes newsletter....welcome to the new community :-)

    Kind regards,
    Tim

    Tim Hibberd - Managing Director
    OnePressTech Pty Ltd

    Posted 3 weeks ago #

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