Gravity Forms Plugin Tutorials

Use the Gravity Forms Plugin to create online forms for your WordPress website. Tutorials on everything from simple contact forms to online directories, automatic post creation forms, payment forms and shopping cart forms...

Spam Protection for Gravity Forms


If you get a lot of spam from the forms on your website, there are a couple of options for spam protection for Gravity Forms. Spam form entries can also affect your mailing list and your pocket so there are lots of reasons to get this sorted. In this tutorial, you will learn... How to activate anti-spam honeypot How to add ReCAPTCHA field … [Read more...]

Dropdown List of Posts on Form

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Add a field to your enquiry form  or help form to automatically show a dropdown list of posts from your WordPress website. Your customers can enquire about a product (using Cart66 e-commerce plugin, all your products are posts), ask for help on a tutorial (all my tutorials are posts) or ask for more info on any post (articles, houses etc). New … [Read more...]

Anchor Page after Form Submit


Once a form on your website is submitted, keep the page from moving back to the top to make sure that the confirmation or error message is seen easily. That way the sender knows if they have successfully subscribed to your newsletter, asked a question etc. Especially important for mobile users and when forms are located in footer or sidebar. In … [Read more...]

2 Column Form Layouts & More…

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Gravity forms CSS ready classes make it easy to improve the layout and useability of your forms. You can display form fields in columns, put form lists into 2 or 3 columns, create scrolling text boxes for terms and conditions and much more. Use css ready classes to tidy up your forms and make them easier to use. In this tutorial, you will … [Read more...]

Fix Gravity Forms Tabbing


When you are filling in a form online, you expect to be able to use the tab key to jump from field to field as you type your details. However, if you have another form in your website's sidebar or footer area such as an email signup form, hitting the tab key inside a form may actually send people to your other form rather than the one they were … [Read more...]