Version: v5

gfpdf_template_location_uri

Description

By default, the PDF working directory is found in your http://example.com/wp-content/uploads/PDF_EXTENDED_TEMPLATES folder. This filter allows you to change that location.

The working directory MUST be accessible via a URL and MUST be used in conjunction with the gfpdf_template_location filter. Both the gfpdf_template_location and gfpdf_template_location_uri filters should point to the same directory – one is the path, and one is the URL.

Note: your web server needs write access to the folder you move the working directory to.

Parameters

$url | string

$working_folder | string

  • The working directory folder name. By default this is PDF_EXTENDED_TEMPLATES.

$upload_url | string

  • The URL to your uploads directory (where the PDF working directory is stored by default).

Usage

The following snippet shows you how you can move the PDF working directory to your wp-content directory (instead of its original location in your uploads folder):

add_filter( 'gfpdf_template_location_uri', function( $url, $working_folder, $upload_url ) {
/* Make sure you include the forward slash! */
return WP_CONTENT_URL . '/' . $working_folder . '/';
}, 10, 3 );
/**
* You must use the `gfpdf_template_location` filter in conjunction with the `gfpdf_template_location_uri` filter
* Both filters should point to the same directory (one is the path and one is the URL)
*/
add_filter( 'gfpdf_template_location', function( $directory, $working_folder, $upload_path ) {
/* Make sure you include the forward slash! */
return WP_CONTENT_DIR . '/' . $working_folder . '/';
}, 10, 3 );

Source Code

This filter is located in the Model_Install::setup_template_location() method of /src/model/Model_Install.php.

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