extension ExtPose


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This extension allows for pop-up, customizable searches of Monster's resume database.

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Description from store ** You must have a valid Monster.com account to use this extension ** This extension can be used to generate full customization in your Monster.com searches. No matter what webpage you are on, you can instantly fill out a search query for Monster's database. The query will open in a new tab. Advantages over Monster's regular interface: 1) No character limit for your Boolean string 2) Custom radius ranges 3) Custom date ranges I tried to catch all of the bugs before release, but please don't hesitate to submit any suggestions/problems you run into. Remember, I am one (inexperienced) person so I might not be able to fix things right away. Currently, Chrome does not support popups remaining open. It would be awesome, but can't be done right now. Potential Future Endeavors: - Add a "Recent Job Title"/"Target Job Title" switch - Add functionality to save entry text upon reopening the popup - Add a "Save Search" option for repeated/continued search capability --------------------------------- Explanation of Permissions: The only permission this extension needs is Tabs. This allows it to create a new tab for you. This is the only feature of the Tabs permission it uses; it does not access your history, etc. Explanation of Donations: I put a donations button in case anyone feels like they want to tip me! It's not required, I purposefully wanted the extension to be free. PayPal no longer allows "donations" in a broad sense, so the page it takes you to is a purchase page. Enter the amount and update the cart to throw me some coin! Donating also reduces the chance of shark attacks in the workplace. --------------------------------- Special Thanks: Eric Jaquith - for teaching me awesome sourcing tricks that I ultimately implemented into this extension! Glen Cathey - for training me and introducing me to the sourcing community! Code Academy (www.codeacademy.com) - Free lessons on various coding languages W3 Schools (www.w3schools.com) - Free lookups for code Stack Overflow (www.stackoverflow.com) - Amazing advice and Q&A jsfiddle (www.jsfiddle.com) - HTML/CSS/Javascript environment live on the web CoolText (www.cooltext.com) - Because everyone likes cool font/color combinations for free!


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2014-01-15 / 1.0
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