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  • Add an External Cron Job: cron-job.org

    Adding an external Cron Job on cron-job.org is the easiest solution, especially if you do not have CPANEL with your hosting account. 1. Sign Up for an Account. Create an Account. Once you’ve created

  • How to Disable Builtin WP Cron

    To experience the best Groundhogg and WP performance, you need to disable the builtin WP Cron system. To disable WP-Cron, add the following to your wp-config.php file, just before the line that says

  • Increase max_input_vars

    The max_input_vars directive can be set in .htaccess, php.ini , .user.ini or wp-config.php file. To gain access to these files you will need FTP credentials. If you do not have these please contact

  • Parallel queue processing.

    If you are sending 100,000s of emails a single instance of the queue processing events 1 by 1 may not suffice as it would take hours for all your emails to be sent. If your in this situation follow

  • Create a Web Form

    You can use Web Forms to collect contact information and start funnels. This is generally the most common tool to capture contact data. Groundhogg has a simple built-in form builder that will serve

  • Connect SMTP to Sendgrid

    If you are using SendGrid with the SMTP extension please follow these steps. Navigate to the Email API Screen and select SMTP Relay. Enter an API key name (does not have to be anything specific) and

  • Caching Compatibility

    If you have a caching plugin/system enabled on your site there are a few things you will need to do in order to ensure Groundhogg works properly. Exclude Cookies Sometimes caching systems will cache