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Explore common questions about our WordPress plugin for Loxo.
How does pricing work?
Our pricing is simple. You pay $39 a year and get unlimited updates.
What happens after I purchase?
You’ll be able to download our Loxo WordPress plugin, and we’ll email you the relevant license key.
Does your Loxo WordPress plugin require coding knowledge?
Nope! Our WordPress plugin is as plug-and-play as possible. After you provide the API credentials, it’s a matter of adding the shortcode [jobs] or using our Elementor widget.
Do I have control over the style of the job board?
If you use Elementor’s widget, then you do. With the shortcode, you’ll need to apply custom CSS.
We stuck with a simple naming convention so that it’s relatively easy for even non-coders to style the job board.
Does LimeStaff work with WPBakery?
It does! Our Loxo WordPress plugin has shortcode functionality so you can use it with all page builders.
Are there any other fees I should be aware of?
How does the shortcode work?
[jobs]shortcode provides a simple way to add a job search interface to your website’s content. By including this shortcode with specific attributes, you can customize the appearance and functionality of the job search section according to your preferences.
To add a job search interface to your page, use the following shortcode:
You can also customize the interface by including attributes within the shortcode. Here’s an example that demonstrates how to use attributes to modify the appearance of the job search section:
[jobs results_per_page=10 view_company=yes view_salary=no view_job_type=yes view_filter_location=yes]
In this example, the following attributes are used:
results_per_page: Sets the number of job results displayed per page.
view_company: Displays company information if set to “yes.”
view_salary: Hides salary details if set to “no.”
view_job_type: Shows job types if set to “yes.”
view_filter_location: Enables location-based filtering if set to “yes.”
view_filter_job_category: Enables Job Category-based filtering if set to “yes.”