This article gives an overview of the possible CSS ready classes which can be used in Gravity Forms.
How to use the CSS ready classes in Gravity Forms
Edit your form in the Form Builder. Then select the field you want to add the CSS Ready classes to. You can add the classes in the input field 'CSS class name' under the 'Appearance' tab. In the next steps you can find the most commonly used classes. They pretty much speaks for themselves, however a more detailed description is available at the Gravity Forms documentation site. Good to know:
- You can use more than one class for one field.
- You can also add your own classes.
Overview of available CSS Ready classes in Gravity Forms
Halves (2 Columns)
Thirds (3 Columns)
Inline (Fluid One Line)
Horizontal Form Layout
Easy way of selecting CSS Ready classes
When you click the icon next to 'custom css classes' input, an easy way to select the available CSS Ready classes pops out. The classes of some Gravity Forms add-ons are also visible.