For Pocket Developer to install a Pocket Developer Building Block on your server, it will need your FTP credentials.
What is FTP?
FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is the quickest and easiest way to transfer files, images, video and documents to and from your web server. (Get more info)
Your web server is set up much like your computer. There is a system of folders (called directories on a server) and files within those folders.
To upload or download files between your computer and your web server, you use an FTP Client. An FTP Client is like Windows Explorer or Mac’s Finder, but for your server.
Why Do You Need My FTP Credentials?
In this case, you won’t be transferring files to your server, we will. Pocket Developer installs the Infusionsoft iSDK and all necessary files for your purchased Building Block to work. But we need access to your server to transfer and install them.
How Do I Find My FTP Credentials?
Here is a list of Knowledge Base articles from many of the most common web hosting services. If you host with someone else, you can just search “FTP Credentials” in their support documents. You should also have them in the email they sent you when you first set up the your account. If all else fails, call your web host’s Support and they can help you.