Cloud Customer Area

This documentation for the Cloud Customer Area plugin for WordPress allows you to customize all features.

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How to create credentials and connect Google Drive to the plugin:

  1. Go to the link and log in with your Google account;
  2. Create a new project (screen 1);
  3. From the “Dashboard” tab of the created project, click on the “API and Services” button (at the top next to the title) and add “Google Drive API” (screen 2);
  4. From the “OAuth consent screen” tab of the created project, click on the “Publish the app” button in the “Publication status” section;
  5. From the “Credentials” tab of the created project, click on “Create credentials” (at the top next to the title)> “OAuth client ID” (screen 3);
  6. Add in “Authorized redirect URI” the url you find in the “API Google Drive” page of the plugin settings (screen 4);
  7. Copy the “Client ID” and “Client secret” you just obtained and enter them in the “API Google Drive” page of the plugin settings;
  8. Save the changes and the “Connect to Google Drive” button will appear (screen 5);
  9. Click the “Connect to Google Drive” button and proceed with the authorization (if the browser reports the unsafe page click on advanced / next / proceed or similar) and you should be redirected to the plugin settings page which will now show “Access Token “and the connection successful tick (screen 6);

If after the attempt to connect to Google Drive a “Server Error 403 Forbidden” screen is returned (due to the return url which, being full of parameters, can be mistaken for a hacker attack) try one of the following solutions:

  • Some security plugins installed on the site block the request (disable the plugin or enter the url to the whitelist);
  • If the server uses an administrative panel (Plesk / Cpanel / etc ..) you must disable ModSecurity (on Plesk: “Tools and settings”> “Security”> “Web Application Firewall (ModSecurity)”);

If none of the solutions avoid the “Server Error 403 Forbidden” error screen, you may need to ask the hosting provider.


Add / remove file types for upload:

add_filter('cloud_customer_area_mime', function($files_mime){
    $files_mime = [
        'image' => ['.jpg', '.jpeg', '.png', '.gif'],
        'video' => ['.mp4', '.3gp', '.mov', '.avi'],
        'document' => ['.pdf', '.doc', '.docs'],
        'archive' => ['.zip', '.rar', '.tar'],
    $files_mime['image'][] = '.webp';
    return $files_mime;

In the example above, support for the “webp” format has been added for uploading images.

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