Introducing the CareerBuilder WordPress plugin

We are happy to announce that the CareerBuilder WordPress plugin is available for download from the WordPress plugin repository. We have given this release a 0.9 version tag, as it is still very new and we are hopeful that we’ll find places to improve the plugin as we move forward.

All code in the plugin itself is open source, and we are happy to see if the community would like to improve upon what we have built, and happy to take these improvements into the plugin itself.

Feel free to download, install, and test the plugin and send us any feedback you may have. This site, and specifically this page, will be the hub for this plugin’s development. Feel free to post comments on that page.

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7 Responses to Introducing the CareerBuilder WordPress plugin

  1. I installed the Plugin and am now waiting for it to work. Does the plugin take a day or two to actually work?

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  2. John Scott says:

    Hi I have installed the plugin and got the developer key. However there is no button to save the settings.

    Can you point me in the right direction for this please.

    Regards
    John Scott

  3. omar says:

    doesn’t seem to work after new wordpress 3.3 update

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