The gf_# has to do with forms with multiple pages. You can't change this.
The ID of a form also cannot currently be changed. What do you mean when you say it adds it to the query string?
For example, if I have two forms: form 1 and form 2. Form 1 is 2 pages, and Form 2 is two pages.
If I am on form one, the URL would be something like:
If I have the confirmation redirect from form 1 to form 2 and include data from Form 1, my URL would look like:
On the second page of form 2 my url should look something like:
http://www.site.com/form-two/#gf_2 or #gf_3...etc.
Does that answer your questions? Again, you can't change those details because they would break Gravity Forms.
Also, there are more important things with regards to SEO than the query strings or hash symbols. Your page title, structure, valid code, and potentially even your page load speed will be more important than these specific parts of the URL structure.
Posted 10 years ago on Friday July 13, 2012 | Permalink