The OneStep Jobs service is part of a suite of OneStep Services which aggregate the very latest information from top sources and present them in a easily accessible format. OneStep Jobs provides a quick means of monitoring a range of recruitment sources with minimum effort. It is important to note that OneStep Jobs contains only the latest items available from a range content providers - not access to their full content. [More about OneStep Jobs....]
There are 3 main elements to the OneStep interface; Top Navigation, Feed Selection/Search area and Item Display.
By default the service displays all current Items from all available jobsfeeds in a simple listing. Job title and and a partial job description are displayed. Items from various feeds are interspersed according to source and date.
Full job details from the originating site can be viewed in a separate window by following the Job Title link.
The Available Jobsfeeds Scrollbox lists all of the jobsfeeds which are currently included in the OneStep Jobs service. By selecting a feed from the scrollbox it is possible to view the contents of any individual feed.
- Use the scrollbox to select the Computing jobs.ac.uk feed
- Details of this feed are displayed and a listing of items in the computing jobs.ac.uk feed are provided.
By selecting a cluster heading from the scrollbox it is possible to view the contents of a particular cluster of feeds which cover a similar subject area.
-Select the cluster heading ENGINEERING JOBSFEEDS
-Items from a number of Engineering jobsfeeds are displayed.
The search capabilities of the OneStep Jobs service are fairly basic;
Items can be ordered according to source or date by selecting the Source or Date Links as illustrated below;
Selecting the Source link will order the items displayed in ascending alphabetical order according to the source web site name.
Selecting the Date link will order the items displayed in descending date/time order (i.e the most recently aggregated items will be displayed first).
Q. "What is an RSS Feed?"
Put very simply RSS is a format for easily sharing content on the web. An RSS feed (also known as an RSS file or RSS channel) consists of a list of items, each of which contains a title, description and a link to a web page. RSS can stand for 'Rich Site Summary', 'RDF Site Summary' or 'Really Simple Syndication' depending on who you ask and which version they are speaking about. [More on RSS...]
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