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 Plugin||The 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?||No||Yes|
|Can I add border styles to the form?||Yes||Yes.|
|Can I add background colour/gradient to the form?||Yes||Yes.|
|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?||Yes||Yes.|
|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.