Add On – FTP Delivery

  1. First thing you need to have is a working FTP Log in credentials. This can be found from your hosting. You can create a new FTP Log in Credentials through logging in to your Cpanel / Hosting Back end.
  2. Log in to your Cpanel Account.
  3. Click on the FTP Accounts menu in the Files section:
  4. It will be needed to fill in the FTP account information in each field. Remember the FTP user and the Password that you will add as this will be used later for integrating your Gravity 2 PDF to your FTP account. Once done filling the details hit the Create Account button.
  5. Once done you will need to get the FTP Username, FTP Server, FTP Port, and Password. Copy all the credentials and paste it to a notepad.
  6. Log in to your wordpress account. It should be something like http://yourdomain.com/wp-login.php. (Change yourdomian.com to your real domain)
  7. Navigate to the left side panel of the dashboard look for the Gravity 2 PDF menu and select Add-ons to start adding the add-ons.
  8. Once the Add-on section is loaded. Click the Install text below the add-on you want to install. In this case we need to install Gravity 2 PDF – FTP Delivery
  9. Next step is to activate the add-on you just installed. Click the Activate text below the add-on.
  10. Once activated it will be automatically added to Gravity 2 PDF Settings.
  11. Now we will add the FTP Credentials to our newly added plug-in. At the left side navigation of the dashboard hover your mouse to Gravity 2 PDF and click FTP.

  12. Add the FTP Credentials you got from creating your FTP Account to their respective textbox and once it is added click Save.
  13. Now we will use the newly added Plug-in to our Merge PDF Setting. To do that hover your mouse to Gravity 2 PDF and Click Gravity 2 PDF. Look for the Merge you want to add the FTP Add-on and click Edit.
  14. Scroll down at the bottom part of the page and at the Delivery Type dropdown menu look for FTP option and click Add.
  15. It will add a textbox to the page which will ask you to name the folder you want to store the file. You can use also some user variables and gravity form IDs as well to keep your files organized.
  16. Once all the configuration is done, test the setting and you will see the folder will be created in your FTP account with the file inside it.
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