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The Developer’s Guide to the Force.com Platform by Phil Choi, Andrew Fawcett, Glen Martin, Rick Greenwald

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Creating the Confirmation Page

Create a confirmation page in Visualforce, named PublicJobApplicationConfirmation, to inform users that their job application has been saved to the system. Your Visualforce page should look like this:

<apex:page title="Job Application Confirmation" showHeader="false" standardStylesheets="true"> <!-- The site template provides the site layout and style --> <apex:composition template="{!$Site.Template}"> <apex:define name="body"> <apex:form> <apex:commandLink value="<- Back to Job Search" onclick="window.top.location= '{!$Page.PublicJobs}';return false;"/> <br/> <br/> <center><apex:outputText value="Your application has been saved. Thank you for your interest!"/></center> <br/> <br/> </apex:form> </apex:define> </apex:composition> ...

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