Today’s quick form design and custom CSS was inspired from a website email newsletter signup form I came across and just had to replicate it within Gravity Forms. It’s got that writers/medium/blog feel and thought it’d be great to remake it in CSS styles and for our fellow users of Gravity Forms.
Custom Gravity Forms newsletter sign up style
The below designs and CSS examples were tested in Gravity Forms version 2.6.6 with the default WordPress 2022 theme installed. These demos only support Gravity Forms 2.6.6+. Depending on the theme you are using, you may get different end results. Some basic further CSS tweaking will likely be required to get the result you want. Using older versions of Gravity Forms will most likely lead to unwanted end results.
Every demo comes with a packaged form download. All you need to do is download the form JSON file, and import it into your gravity Forms. If you’re already a JetSloth customer and using Image Choices, each demo form export has the CSS already included in the image choices custom CSS settings. So take advantage of that!
Adding the CSS
Every design has the required CSS listed below. If you’re not already using Image Choices, you can add the custom CSS to your theme in a few ways suggested below:
- Install a custom CSS plugin such as Simple Custom CSS
- Add your CSS using your theme editor or customiser
- User the Image Choice custom CSS setting if you are adding Images to your choices
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