change_history Dropbox Add-On
Troubleshooting Dropbox Add-On “SSL Required” Messages
From time to time, the Dropbox add-on may incorrectly return a false negative in its checks for an SSL certificate present on the site.
Troubleshooting 404 Errors on Dropbox Settings Pages
When configuring the Dropbox add-on, you might be experiencing 404 errors within the Settings page for the add-on. In this article, we will show you how to troubleshoot the issue.
Dropbox Upload Field
Creating a Custom Dropbox App
In this article, we explain how you can create you own custom Dropbox App for use with the Dropbox Add-on.Create an app Visit the Dropbox App Console. Click the Create app button. For the Choose an API section select Dropbox API. For the Choose the type of access you need section select Full Dropbox. Enter a name for your custom app. If you have a personal and a business account which are linked you will be asked to select which account you want to own the app.
Extending the Dropbox Add-On
The Dropbox Add-on provides hooks that can be used to modify the default functionality or extend it. For more information, review the Dropbox category.
Setting Up the Dropbox Add-On
Before you can begin using the Dropbox add-on for Gravity Forms, you will first need to perform the initial setup steps.
Creating a Feed for the Dropbox Add-On
To begin uploading content using the Dropbox add-on for Gravity Forms, you will first need to create a feed so that your form know how to handle the upload.
Installing the Dropbox Add-On
If you are already familiar with other the installation process for other Gravity Forms add-ons or WordPress plugins, installing the Dropbox add-on is the same process.