Am I right in thinking that the verb mettre can take both direct and indirect object. I looked it up in all the dictionaries I know of, but I couldn't find any examples where it is used with an indirect object.
However, I have this sentence (It's from a Youtube video):
je vous mets en bas l’info
To my logic, vous is the indirect object denoting the recipient and l'info is the direct object, thus the sentence should mean something like: “I (am going to?) put the information for you below.” (I'm not sure why the original sentence is in the present, though.)
Or maybe I misunderstood the sentence completely, because I'm a real newbie to French.