The site is built in ASP.NET and features a light, responsive HTML design.
The major part of a job search website is the Search functionality, so we used Algolia search API to manage keyword-based searches.
Customizations and Implementations
Optimized for Google Page Speed Experience
- Implemented a WordPress-based blog and imitated the website theme in the WordPress blog.
- Users can reply, vote, and comment on a customized forum discussion board developed with the PHP framework Laravel and MysQL.
- In terms of the Job Seekers profile, we've added a module that checks for missing information and suggests filling it out. It increases the possibility of getting into the top list of employers' shortlists.
- AccuWebTech implemented Advertised Selection, which gives paid, sticky positions to employers to list their jobs.
- Designed infographics and created an easy interface for job seekers with eye-catchy elements.
- MySQL queries have been optimised and are capable of processing and producing requested results from tens of thousands of records.
- We have a bunch of code work going on in the Admin Panel to generate various reports for managing various details of Job Seekers and Employers.
- Removed unused CSS and JS
- Minify CSS and JS
- Avoided using excessive DOM size elements
- Used CSS, Bootstrap 4, and JS
- Ensured that the text is user-visible while web fonts are loading
- Optimized Images
- Optimized the site for desktop and mobile devices
We have followed the most advanced SEO strategies starting with:
- Keywords Analysis
- Competitor Analysis
- Advanced Link Building strategies in high authority websites
- Web Page Optimization
- Website Content Optimization
- Setup Tracking Codes
- Traffic Analysis
- Extensive Interlinking of pages