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Disable GF CSS and use HTML Tables with Gravity Forms

  1. ckracht

    I am trying to convert an existing form that was created in PHP with HTML tables to use with Gravity Forms. Is this possible? The form has a very specific and stylized layout that I cannot create using the Gravity Forms CSS tags. So I am wondering if this can be removed and just build a form with input boxes that reference the appropriate GF ID #'s.

    The client uses an HTML tables with 3-4 columns and then the input box in the last column. There are borders around the cells and other layout code.

    If this can't be done in Gravity Forms do you have any other ideas? I will still use the plugin in other areas where formatting isn't as strict. Maybe embed a PHP form script in WP (Never done this)

    I am sure this has been answered before but after 30+ minutes of searching I decided to create this post.


    Posted 11 years ago on Tuesday October 23, 2012 | Permalink
  2. It is not possible to modify the output of the Gravity Forms plugin without modifying the core plugin files, and doing so would as you as describing would cause many things to stop working.

    I'm guessing though that you could style the CSS in your Gravity Form to look like a table. If you can show us examples of what you're looking to do, maybe we can help.

    Posted 11 years ago on Tuesday October 23, 2012 | Permalink
  3. ckracht

    Thanks I am going to use another form plugin that makes it easier to do the CSS. Don't get me wrong I love GF and will be using in other sections of the web site. The layout is just super specific for this particular form. Thanks!

    Posted 11 years ago on Wednesday October 24, 2012 | Permalink