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Gravity Forms CSS Flex Layouts

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Simply add the following CSS to make your Gravity Forms Flex using CSS Flex Layouts (CSS Flexbox) This will give your Gravity forms a fluid and responsive layout that covers the Gravity Forms prebuilt CSS Classes half and third classes for fluid double and triple columns. See it working on our own site’s Contact Page If you don’t know Gravity …

Customise Gravity Forms Button and Add Fontawesome

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Add the following snippit to your functions.php file to customise the look of a Gravity Forms Button:- In our example we are incorporating a Fontawesome Icon to prettify our button (which is set by your particular Button ID). If you have not already included the font awesome CSS then add the following to your theme’s header.php file if you aren’t …

Gravity Forms Change Default Field Value

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To change the ‘default’ value for a Gravity form field – for example the Gravity Forms Name Filed that currently has not default values then simply add the following code to your functions.php file:- In my example I am changing the First Name field value for the assigned ‘First’ – a dynamic field that I have called ‘callback_firstname’. To allow …

Gravity Forms vs Ninja Forms

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There are some truly great forms plugins for WordPress out there these days and right now we rate Gravity Forms, Ninja Forms and Formidable Pro as the leaders. Right now we want to look at Gravity Forms, which is a premium plugin that is rich in features and Ninja Forms which is billed a s ‘Free’, but with “Add-Ons” to extend …