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Form Builder is a visual editor Admin can use to build and arrange Job/Resume Search forms and Job/Resume Details Pages. Thanks to Form Builder you can easily change the order of fields' display, add new fields to page and hide needless ones.

Note: You can use Form Builder for editing a search or display form itself, but if you need to edit a certain field you need to do that via Common Fields or Job/Resume Listing Fields menus of the Admin Panel.

To get to the Form Builder menu, go to Admin Panel  > Layout and Content  > Form Builder.


On the opened page you will see the options to edit Job/Resume Search Form and Job/Resume Display Page:

Edit Job/Resume Search Form

To edit Job or Resume Search form, click on the appropriate "Edit" icon (for example Job Search)
You will see the following window opened:

             

At the top of the opened window you can see the name of the current Theme, please note that all changes you make will be applied for this particular theme only

The fields that are currently available on the Search form for users are located in the left column.
To see the way a certain field looks just click on the '+' sign opposite the field's name:

         

The field will be displayed:

         

To hide field details, click on the '-' sign.

If you need to see the fields that are currently inactive and can be added to the Search form click on the right grey panel which says "Show inactive fields":

         

To add a field to the Search form - drag and drop that field on the form to a place you need:

         

Also it is possible to add "Html block" to the Search Form, for that drag and drop it from the Inactive Fields panel to the Search Form to the place you need and insert a html code:

         

after changes will be saved it will appear on the Search Form:

         

Likewise for changing order of the fields on the Search Form drag it and drop to the needed place:

         

To remove a field from the Search Form you need to simply click on the red cross icon:

         

A field will be hidden from the Search Form (it will remain in the system) and will not be available for users. If later you need to add this field back to the Search Form you can find it on the Inactive Fields panel and simply drag and drop it to the Search Form again.

Make sure to save the changes you made before closing Form Builder window.
You can use "Apply" button for saving changes without closing Form Builder window, e.g. for checking the way your current alterations look on the front-end and continue editing the Search Form:

         

If you finished editing the Search Form you can press the*"Save" button* - then the changes will be saved, Form Builder window will be closed and you will be redirected back to the Form Builder menu of the Admin Panel:

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"Cancel" button will annul all unsaved changes made by you. The system will ask you to confirm canceling changes - press "OK" to continue.

          

Unsaved changes will be canceled and Form Builder window will remain opened.

Also if needed you can simply close the Form Builder window manually, in that case all unsaved changes will be canceled.

 

Note: it is possible to create Job or Resume Search form manually via templates.
For that click on the following link at the bottom of the Form Builder window:


You will be redirected to Edit Templates » Classifieds engine » search_form.tpl

 

Edit Job/Resume Display Page

To edit Job or Resume Display page, click on the edit icon opposite Job/Resume Display Page in the table (for example Resume Display Page):

At the top of the opened window you will see the name of the current Theme, please note that all changes you make will be applied for this particular theme only:

On the left side of the page you can see the active fields and current layout of the Resume Details page.

Also there are action buttons that should be used to apply, save or cancel any changes:

There are 4 types of available layouts for Resume Display page that you can choose from. To see them click on the "Show inactive fields" panel, located on the right side of the Form Builder window. The currently active layout will be highlighted. To change it to another one - simply click on the thumbnail of the needed layout:

The new layout will be displayed on the left side of the Form Builder window:

 

To change the order fields displayed, you simply need to move a field to a needed position on the page.

If you need to see currently inactive fields that can be added to the Resume Display page, click on the right "Show inactive fields" panel:

To add a field to the Display Resume Page - drag and drop that field on the form to a place you need:

Also it is possible to add "Html block" to the Resume Display Page, for that drag and drop it from the Inactive Fields panel to the Display Resume Page to the place you need and insert a desired html code:

The same way, for changing order of the fields on the Resume Display Page drag a field and drop it to the needed place:

To hide a field from the Search Form you need to simply click on the red cross icon:

A field will be hidden from the Resume Display Page (it will remain in the system) and will not be available for users. If later you need to add this field back to the Resume Display Page you can find it on the Inactive Fields panel and simply drag and drop it back to the Resume DisplayPage.

Make sure to save the changes you made before closing Form Builder window.
You can use "Apply" button for saving changes without closing Form Builder window, e.g. for checking the way your current alterations look on the front-end and continue editing the Resume/Jon Display Page:

If you finished editing the Resume Display Page, you can press the "Save" button - then the changes will be saved, Form Builder window will be closed and you will be redirected back to the Form Builder menu of the Admin Panel:

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Note: it is possible to create Job or Resume Display page manually via templates.
For that click on the following link at the bottom of the Form Builder window:


You will be redirected to Edit Templates » Classifieds engine » display_resume.tpl

 

 

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