Easy Way to Create Multi Column Gravity Forms

I’ve ran into issues when trying to create a multi column Gravity Form.

While working on a new project I used my Google-Fu and found this tutorial and plugin.

Multi-Column Gravity Form

Are you trying to achieve something like this example

Per Jordan Crown:

This is clearly not something Gravity Forms’ CSS-ready classes could handle as the first four fields in the form are all shifted to the left as a group while the message field is shifted right on its own. We’re going to require a system that actually separates the HTML elements so we can control the layout of each group in the form.

Check out his tutorial and plugin to make it easy.

Multi-Column Gravity Form

Images courtesy of Jordan Crown’s post

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