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  • #27897

    Hello, I’m a Gravity Forms user. I have Gravity Forms installed on my site. I used the Enfold theme to build some Contact forms but when I went to Gravity Forms to view entries, they’re not there. Does the theme assign form ID’s? Where do I find entries? Also, I use the Mail Chimp add on in Gravity Forms, could you point me to directions for making the Enfold’s Contact element work with Gravity Forms and Mail Chimp?

    Thanks,

    -David

    #135751

    Hi,
    I’m sorry but the theme contact forms are not compatible with Gravity Forms and you can’t import Enfold contact forms with Gravity Forms or export Gravity Forms to use them as theme contact forms. Also the Gravity Forms extensions (Mail Chimp extension) are not compatible with the theme contact form and you must create Gravity Forms to use the extension. You can embed the Gravity Forms with a shortcode into the text content.

    #135752

    Hi,

    You need to create the forms on the Gravity Forms panel directly then add them using the “Add Form” button on post or pages.

    Regards,
    Ismael

    #135753

    That’s bad news.. I have a client who likes the styling of the Enfold forms. Is there an easy way to apply the themes styling to the Gravity Forms?

    Thanks,

    -David

    #135754

    Hey,

    As far as I know the theme will override the Gravity Forms styling. Please try to create a form using the plugin then give us a link to the page.

    Regards,
    Ismael

    #135755

    Thanks Ismael, here is a link to what I want the form to look like: http://zatches.org/to-get-started/ This was created using the contact form element in the theme.

    Here is a link to what it looks like now: http://zatches.org/test/ This one I created in Gravity Forms and put it on the page using the widget element.

    I’m trying to figure out how to lay them out the same but I don’t have the form element to work with using the widget.

    Thanks,

    -David

    #135756

    Hi David,

    For the most part they are the same but Gravity Forms doesn’t spit out multi column forms so you would need to manually edit a form by each ID, adding percent widths and floats.

    For example:

    #top.page-id-2571 #field_1_2 {<br />
    width: 48%;<br />
    float: left;<br />
    }<br />
    #top.page-id-2571 #field_1_3 {<br />
    float: right;<br />
    width: 48%;<br />
    clear: none;<br />
    }

    and something like this would force all the input widths to 100%:

    #top .gform_wrapper input {<br />
    width: 100%;<br />
    }

    Regards,

    Devin

    #141247

    Hey David,

    The plugin you want to install is called Gravity Forms CSS Ready Class Selector. You’ll find it in the WordPress plugins repository with a simple search. It makes it super simple to layout your form into columns (1/2 and 1/3). It also add a few options for laying out list items. I’ve been using it for years.

    -Tali

    #161590

    Hey,

    @taliwalt: Thanks for the tip. :)

    Cheers,
    Ismael

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