EASIER THAN YOU THINK:

Dividing your Gravity Forms with columns can be a good idea especially if your form(s) have many fields. Using columns will save a bunch of space on the page or post where your form(s) appear and will likely improve your users experience in using your forms.

Watch my brief tutorial:

For you readers, say you only want to spread two or three fields across 2, 3, 4 or 5 columns, then Gravity Forms has the functionality to do this with a guide HERE.

The easy explanation: Edit the desired fields as needed – for 2 columns put gf_left_half (for the field you want to be on the left) and gf_right_half (for the field you want to be on the right) in the CSS Class Name box.  For 3 columns put gf_left_third (for the field you want to be on the left), gf_middle_third (for the field you want to be in the middle) and gf_right_third (for the field you want to be on the right) in the CSS Class Name box.

 

Gravity Forms CSS Classes

Enjoy, that’s all there is to it! If you need assistance with Gravity Forms, call me anytime – I’m an expert!

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