There's no provision to do something like this out of the box with Gravity Forms, but with some effort I'm sure you could pull it off. I've seen a few really complex form layouts that people have implemented.
I can't recommend any one way to do this, but you'd probably want to go with some type of jQuery plugin like this one. It looks like it has a lot of options on how to implement it and is pretty flexible, even allowing custom html.
This may be a bit easier once the 1.3.13 version is released with the inline HTML block capabilities. Again, I haven't tried this at all so I can't really tell you how easy it would be for sure.
If you're looking to do a multi-page type form (in my opinion a much better choice than tabs) one of the forum members has put together a script that will enable you to do that.
If you do end up needing help getting something like this implemented, I would recommend getting in touch with David via email at email@example.com. He does some pretty amazing stuff with Gravity Forms and I'm sure he could rock it out for you.
Posted 13 years ago on Friday July 16, 2010 | Permalink