Support » Plugin: Surbma | Divi & Gravity Forms » Still functional? Not seeing a difference

  • Resolved iwbyte

    (@iwbyte)


    Forgive me, but I don’t see what this plugin is doing? I was hoping that this plugin would allow customization of Gravity Forms forms that seems to only be available with paid plugins at this time. Or is not compatible with the latest Divi?

    Site is behind a password, so I can’t share example but thought maybe you could tell me if this plugin was still working and if so, exactly what it does since there’s nothing on the plugin page to show a picture of what it does?

    Thank you

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  • Plugin Author Surbma

    (@surbma)

    Hi @iwbyte,

    thank you for using or at least giving a shot to my plugin! 🙂

    This plugin adds some css to your website, so your Gravity Forms forms look like the default Divi forms.

    It is very easy for you to test it. Create a form, put it on a page and load it. Enable my plugin and load the same page on a different tab. So you will see the difference in design.

    This is a very simple plugin and it just works. Premium version is coming soon, so you will have the power to customize the look and feel of your forms.

    Thread Starter iwbyte

    (@iwbyte)

    Got it – I didn’t notice any difference becuase I was already using the CSS code suggested here:

    https://www.elegantthemes.com/blog/divi-resources/how-to-style-gravity-forms-to-look-like-divi-bonus-looks

    But I can see that your plugin is nicer for those who don’t know how to do CSS changes.

    Looking forward to a premium plugin if you ever come out with one.

    Thank you!

    Plugin Author Surbma

    (@surbma)

    My plugin have some dynamic css, that uses Divi settings. And it is updated to be compatible with GF changes. So it is much more useful to use the plugin.

    I hope, the premium version will come out in this year!

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