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#   phprofession   August 2002      #
#   by Aidan Peiser	    	    #
#   Recruitment module for PN.712   #
#   www.phpsolutions.co.uk	    #
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https://sourceforge.net/projects/profession/
Requirements:
	PHP,MySQL,Apache web server.
	Post nuke content manager system.'go to www.postnuke.com'PN.71*
	or you could use the stand alone version [check the config file to see what version you have]

Installation:
	by now you have downloaded this zip file and are ready to install this module.
	-Unzip this file to your modules directory in your postnuke site.	
	the contents of this module are packed similer to this:	

	the files with the '*' next to it are the ones you will need to edit.IE only the config.php file.
	
       *|-phprofession/config.php
	|-phprofession/index.php
	|-phprofession/style.css
	|-phprofession/INSTALL.PHP  //please delete this file after you install note it is uppercase.
	|-phprofession/Version.php
	|-phprofession/windows.php
	|-phprofession/auth.php
	|-phprofession/index.php
	|-phprofession/links.phprofession.php
	|-phprofession/install/install2franco.php	//please delete this file after you install.
	|-phprofession/install/install2uk.php		//please delete this file after you install.
	|-phprofession/install/install2usa.php		//please delete this file after you install.
	the other files are unnessacery to list.

	
	open up the INSTALL.PHP file and follow the steps to install phprofession after you have entered the correct date in the config file.
	-Open up the config.php file in notepad and edit the variables so that it can connect to your database.
	most inportant ones to edit are:
	$database = "Rogue";
	$user = "root";
	$pass = "";
	$hostname = "localhost";
	$prefix = "nuke";
	
	then create a link in your menu [modules.php?op=modload&name=phprofession&file=index] as setting it active in the modules section does not work and sometimes it does.
	this module has not been tested with wiki or rateings for it and is not postnuke certified because of three diferent permissions needed admin/recruiter/user if you have any knoledege on how we can intergrate it to the postnuke user system please help us.
	
	once you have entered the correct details there open your site in your browser and open up your phprofession module in it.
	-modules.php?op=modload&name=phprofession&file=index
	you should see a list of jobs if you filled out the correct details.
	-To open up your admin area use this url/modules.php?op=modload&name=phprofession&file=admin
	your admin account should have been created in the install script use that account to login for the first time.
	now you can edit and place your own vacencies.
	
	you must make shure you have CHMOD the upload folder to 777[ i think 666 is more secure so check to see if it will work with chmod 666 first before you use 777] so that your user can upload the resume
		
install.txt
admin login username and password is created when you install
the user name with the userlevel set to '0' will not have full axcess to the admin section 
so that we can start with the process of haveing recruiters for your site to add there jobs with out 
messing up any of your other infomation.

to view your admin section you will either see it in your post nuke admin menu or you can put this link in your browser after your site url:
modules.php?op=modload&name=phprofession&file=admin

thats about it!
any other help go to https://sourceforge.net/projects/profession/

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