Admin Control Panel > Salary Range. Admin Left Menu > Salary Range > Salary Range.
This page has all the salary ranges defined in the system.
This portion has action buttons that can be used for performing different action on single or multiple (using check boxes) salary ranges at a time. The buttons that are available are published, unpublished, and delete.
This portion is filter for salary range listing. Admin can filter salary ranges on the basis of salary range start, salary range end and status (published, unpublished). When admin uses filter only salary ranges that fulfill his provided criteria are shown on the page. Reset button will disable filter criteria and show all salary ranges.
This portion is table header it tells us what different columns represent about a record. First column is a check box it can be used to select all visible records and perform any action on those records using top action buttons.
This portion represents an individual record. It has salary range (start, end), default, published, ordering, actions for salary range. Range start and range end is how salary range is gonna appear in combo boxes on forms. Default means salary range will be selected by default (on page load) on forms. Publish status controls whether salary range will be visible in a combo box or not. Ordering means what will be the sequence of the salary ranges in combo box. Published, unpublished, default, ordering for user or visitor can be changed by a single click for all salary ranges. Ordering of any salary range can be increased or decreased by a single click. If admin clicks on edit icon then admin will be redirected to add salary range layout with details of salary range filled in the form(edit case). If admin clicks on delete icon then salary range will be deleted, if no job or resume holds that salary range as value and it is not default salary range.
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