I want to thank everybody that reported bugs, suggested features and provided fixes on the community forum!
There are still a lot of stuff to be improved, but I decided to release version 1.1, a bug-fix/clean-up version, mostly.
Here’s the changelog:
- Modified the directory structure and moved the entire application into /app subdirectory.
- Added an alternate .htaccess that seems to work better on some big hosting companies.
- Cleaned up config.php of unnecessarry defines.
- Fixed a number of bugs reported on www.jobberbase.com/community/ (thanks to everyone!)
Hope you enjoy jobberBase and hope you put it to good use!
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As of today, I’ve added a PayPal Donate button on this blog’s sidebar.
I’m very happy that jobberBase has started to help people with their projects. If you’re successfully using jobberBase, would you consider making a small donation?
In the root directory of jobberBase, there’s a cron_maintenance.php script that you should run with cron (or Task Scheduler, on Windows). On jobber.ro, I have that script running every night.
For now, what the maintenance script does is delete temporary and inactive job ads.
What else can you do
The standard job-board behavior is to allow an ad to be active for a number of days (30, for most of them). If you wish to implement this in your jobberBase-based site, you could use the cron_maintenance.php to deactivate older ads and/or notify publishers with 2-3 days before this deactivation…
I’m guessing that an
OPTIMIZE TABLE jobs; would also be useful, from time to time .