If you are running Gravity Forms v1.4.5 or older this isn't something Gravity Forms does as a feature. You would have to accomplish this via custom CSS you add to your themes stylesheet and in some cases use of the HTML field sto add additional markup. This takes knowledge of how to use float in CSS to implement properly.
See this forum search for numerous posts on the subject:
Gravity Forms v1.5 Beta 3, which is available for download on this site, has some helper CSS classes that allows you to float fields side by side. This allows you to easily align fields side by side by adding a custom CSS class when creating your form. This is basic functionality and may not work with all themes and forms depending on how they are setup. You can read more here:
CSS Ready Classes only come with Gravity Forms v1.5 which is currently in Beta.
Posted 12 years ago on Tuesday November 23, 2010 | Permalink