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Publishers Lunch Job Board Widget
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The Publishers Lunch Job Board (hosted at PublishersMarketplace.com) is the most efficient and effective place for publishing employers and job-seekers to find each other. The Job Board Web widget allows you to include the most recent postings to the board on your own Web page.

The widget has a fixed height of 300 pixels, and a maximum width of 300 pixels. However, the width is flexible, so it will adapt to a narrower column. (In the sample shown at right, we have placed the widget code inside a column that is 200 pixels wide.)

To include this scrolling Job Board Web "widget" on your page, you just need to embed one simple line of code in your HTML source. The widget code is presented below for copying and pasting. (Please make sure that you do not insert any return characters or other white space where there isn't already a space in the code.)

Note: If your page is served using Secure HTTP (https://), then the widget will not appear in most browsers. It is accessible only through standard HTTP, and browsers generally do not allow HTTP content on an HTTPS page.

For advanced users

It's possible to change the height and (maximum) width of the widget by including an additional <script> element before the code snippet shown above. Inside this <script> element (1) declare lunch_jobs_height with a value set your preferred height, and/or (2) declare lunch_jobs_width with a value set to your preferred maximum width.

For example, if you want to size the widget to be 400 pixels high and a maximum of 250 pixels wide, you would embed this expanded snippet in your HTML code:

<script type="text/javascript"> var lunch_jobs_height=400, lunch_jobs_width=250; </script>
<script type="text/javascript" charset="utf-8" src="http://media.publishersmarketplace.com/js/jobsWidget.js"></script>

If you declare only one of these varibles, the other dimension will retain its default value. Values less than 150 or greater than 600 will be ignored.