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    Scott Levine

    Hi Shamim!

    I’m trying to put together a demo website on a shoestring budget for a supervisor with some big dreams. Eventually we’ll need to hire real programmers, but for right now I’m trying to do this with existing plugins, and the complication is that I don’t know PHP or CSS very well at all! I’m hoping you can help me with what I think is a fairly simple request, or tell me how much it would cost for you to be able to help.

    I’m working with WP Job Manager and its various add-ons to create a database of resumes. I’d like users to be able to log on and create a resume, except I want to keep it anonymous. So when a hiring manager clicks the “contact” button on the resume, I’d like it to open Front-End PM instead of just triggering a generic mailto:. I think I know how I’d do this if I just wanted it to open a “new message,” and then have the manager find the client in the directory. But that’s about two steps more than I need the managers to make. I want the “contact” button to directly populate with the user’s FEPM username, and that’s what I don’t know how to do.

    Could you tell me if there’s a way to do this, or if you could help me make a way to do this?

    The contact button code currently is <p><?php printf( __( ‘To contact this candidate email %1$s‘, ‘wp-job-manager-resumes’ ), $email, ‘?subject=’ . rawurlencode( $subject ) ); ?></p>

    Thanks very much in advance!

    Shamim Hasan
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