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OpenCart Hide special offers title if no special offers available
by AndyD2k in Programming Languages

I want to make a relatively simple modification to OpenCart so that if there are no Special Offers available, or applicable, that the title Special Offers does not display.


If none are available or applicable, currently it will display the heading title on a coloured background which looks odd if there are no special offers to show.


I am guessing the modification needs


How to Extend Job Offers
by niswilsonnissen in Business
After reading hundreds of resumes and interviewing dozens of applicants, you have decided which candidate fits your department the best. You want to hire this person. You want to extend the offer in the most professional manner to maintain the professional image of the company.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
Company benefits policy

Put the job offer tog

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Facebook Offers API
by alphamars in Web Design

I want to create an application where, the offers will be fetched from my system and published on to my facebook page using facebook graph API but as per the facebook link below,it says corresponding to an offer, an add must be published along with it.


So is it possible to push & publish offers on Facebook or not?


Reference Link : https://developers.facebook.com/docs

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How to Decide Between Job Offers
by dfrolov in Careers & Job Searching
The decision between multiple job offers is an exciting yet daunting problem to have when you realize you have to make a choice between two or more possible positions. There are many questions to ask yourself and the companies when making what very well could be a life- and career-altering decision. As you weigh the pros and cons of each opportunity, you will determine, based on your personal and

Questions to Ask for Job Offers
by Aires in Business
A job offer is the ultimate goal during a job search. Before accepting the offer, take time to review all of the details and ask relevant questions to clarify the fine print. Asking yourself questions about the job offer also helps you evaluate how well the career matches your goals and preferences. What Does the Future Hold for the Company and My Career?The immediate job offer needs to be appe
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Negotiating Job Offers
by zokudu in Business
After many interviews with various companies, you are finally receiving job offers to consider. A job offer is the company's position on what they think your services are worth, and what benefits they are willing to offer you. It is not necessary to look at a job offer as a final proposition. The savvy job seeker looks at a job offer as the starting point of negotiations. Receiving the OfferA j

Microdata for offers
by Brian O'Neill in Web Design

Can I have multiple offers for different products on a single page? I read some article saying that I cannot use multiple offer snippets on a page. I wanted to see if somebody knows more about it.

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What to Do When You Receive Two Job Offers?
by Andrew Forbes in Careers & Job Searching
While hunting for a new job can really stressful, actually choosing which job offer to accept can be just as nerve-wracking. If you are trying to juggle two or more prospective employers, you may be at a loss as to how to best handle the situation. There are a variety of strategies and considerations to keep in mind while you decide which job offer to accept. Waiting From Another Company?If you

Who Offers LPN Courses?
by NoTine42 in Careers & Job Searching
The increasing worldwide nursing shortage makes becoming a licensed practical nurse (LPN) an increasingly attractive career choice. Community colleges, technical schools, hospitals and online programs offer LPN training programs, which allow graduates to enter the medical field with less than two years of nursing education. Community College and Technical SchoolsColleges that offer bachelor's a
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How to Make Job Offers
by jch in Careers & Job Searching
So you've gotten the hard parts out of the way: writing the job description, completing the interviews and narrowing down the candidates. Once you have chosen the desired candidate, next comes the easy part--making the offer.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
Copy of the chosen applicant's resume or application
Notes from the chosen applicant's interview
Pen and pap
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