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Understanding Our Gravity Forms Plugin

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Our Gravity Form Plugin Features

Originally we had 2 plugins for gravity forms. A Module plugin and The Global Styler.


Please note these 2 plugins are now one, as part of our Gravity Forms Plugin for Divi Theme

The Module Plugin – This is used with the builder to insert a gravity form into your page. It works in the frontend or backend Divi Builder. This tool is used to style forms one at a time. It is the most direct way to style your forms and provides the most consistent results.

The Global Styler – This is used in the Theme customiser area of WordPress. It will set a global style to your Gravity Forms. All Gravity Forms in this case will inherit the design settings. It is a good place to set your defaults.

Below is a table showing the differences between these two items.

They are both part of the one plugin for Gravity Forms with Divi Builder.

The Module PluginThe Global Styler
Has a Divi Module?Yes, there is a Gravity Forms Divi Module that allows you to inject and style the Gravity Form on a page.No Divi Module is available.
Can insert Gravity Forms using a module?Yes, you can insert Gravity Forms with attributes directly from the module.No
Has global styles for Gravity Forms?No, styles need to be updated via the Divi module.Yes, there are global settings for this plugin.
Can I override global styles?Not applicable.
Can I import/export global styles?NoYes
Can I add border styles to the form?YesYes.
Can I add background colour/gradient to the form?YesYes.
Can control finer elements of the text styles?Yes, you can set orientation, font, styles, line space, and line height for various text elements.Yes via theme customizer.
Can I style the progress bar element?YesYes.
Can I write custom CSS for various form elements?Possible directly in the Divi Module.Have to write custom CSS and manually insert it into the page.

These features are now in the default Gravity From tool. we found this was the best way to get consistent results.