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    Hi Guys,

    I need some help getting my theme to work better with Gravity Forms plugin

    It becomes especially troublesome in mobile version of the site,

    Any suggestions,




    Try to add following code into the quick css field:

    .gfield select,  .entry-content .gfield select{
    min-width: auto !important;




    Hi, thanks for the reply

    That helped, but can anything be done to make the form look good in IE9 ?

    Also what can I do to make sure the form also works on mobile devices?



    The form displays fine for me with IE10: Screenshot

    Basically yes, it would be possible to make the form responsive. However we don’t have a Gravity Forms license and thus it’s hard for me to provide custom css code. If the Gravity Forms devs can provide a license I’d gladly look into it and we can integrate the form into our responsive css framework. I’ll ask them if they want to work with us and if yes we’ll look into it.

    EDIT: I sent them a mail – hopefully they’ll answer it soon :)


    Hi Dude,

    If they don’t respond I would be willing to buy an extra license for you to look into getting a better integration with this plugin.

    Based on searching the support forums seems like there more than a few people that face similar issues as I do.

    Do you have any other suggestions for me in the meantime to help make the form more mobile friendly ?



    Yes, we received a lot of similar requests and that’s why I’d like to find a solution together with the Gravity Forms devs. I know it’s a popular third party plugin and many users will profit from a better integration. However the Gravity Forms team did not answer my mail yet and probably we have to wait some days. But you can also try to ask them in the Gravity Forms support forum if they want to work with us. If not (in this case it would interest me why they don’t want to collaborate with us), we need to decide how we want to proceed – I’ll ask Kriesi if he wants to buy a license or if we accept your offer or if we start a fundraising campaign or (worst case scenario) if we just drop the ball at this point.

    In the meantime I can only give you the (general) hint to use css media queries: to change the form fields styling based on the screen resolution. Unfortunately media queries require some debugging/testing and it can be a time intensive task. If you don’t rely on the Gravity Forms plugin you can use: Formidable – I’m using it on my website and it’s a great alternative to Gravity Forms.

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