Setup Your Own Job Board In 10 Steps

Step 1: Login to your hosting account

To create a Jobskee job board, first you need a hosting provider. If you do not have a hosting account yet, create one here:

Once you have signed up, you can follow the steps here and the succeeding instructions.

Step 2: Create a sub-domain

When you signup for a hosting account, you will be asked for your preferred domain name (i.e. You can create as many job boards in your website's sub-domain (i.e. This step will show you how to create a sub-domain in your hosting

Step 3: Create a database

In this step, it will show you how to create a database that you can use for the job board you are setting up.

Step 4: Download Jobskee

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Step 5: Upload Jobskee

This step shows you how to upload Jobskee to your job board sub-domain in your hosting account

Step 6: Extract Jobskee

Once you've uploaded Jobskee, you will need to extract the files in order to install it in your job board sub-domain

Step 6.1: Check your PHP version (optional step)

This is an optional step, if you already know what version of PHP you are using. If you're not sure, do this quick step to know. Jobskee runs on PHP5.3 version and above.

Do not forget to delete this file!

Step 7: Copy jobskee.sql content

Now that you have Jobskee installed, you will need to create the tables that your job board will use to save the job postings and other information. This step shows you how to copy the content of jobskee.sql file which you will use to create the job board tables.

Step 8: Login to database

Once you have copied the content of jobskee.sql, you will need to login to your hosting account's MySQL database as this step shows.

Step 9: Create tables

Once logged in to the MySQL database, select the database that you created for your job board and create the tables in that database. This step shows you how to paste the content of jobskee.sql to your database's sql window to be executed.

Step 10: Edit config.php

This is the final step. Once you have created the tables successfully, you will edit the config.php file as shown in the video. For this example, the job board is using Gmail to send email notifications.

Once you save your config.php file, you should be ready to visit your brand new job board.

Visit your shiny new job board website!

Head to the URL of your job board now! (i.e.