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Creating a Form with an Inline Submit Button in Gravity Forms 2.6

  |  by Chris Eggleston

If you tried creating a form with an inline submit button after the earth-shattering release of Gravity Forms 2.5 you might have been a little overwhelmed with the process, which you can see demonstrated here.

Well, I’ve got great news!

With the release of Gravity Forms 2.6 came some improvements and one of those was the simplicity of creating a form with an inline submit button.

I touched on this briefly in the 2.6 pre-launch announcement I published, but I wanted to be sure to demonstrate this cool new update for you here.

Inline Submit Button in Gravity Forms 2.6

One thing you’ll notice with version 2.6 is that the submit button is now displaying in the form editor:

Now that the button has been relocated to the editor, the button controls have also been moved to the editor with a couple of additional controls.

If you want your submit button to be in line with your fields, you simply select the “End of the last row” option in the appearance settings.

It might require a little CSS to clean up the appearance, but as you can see one click and your button is now inline.

The Wrapup

Just more evidence that the product team at Gravity Forms is listening to our feature requests and suggestions.

But it also goes to show they are doing a lot of work to make building forms easier and more accessible to all different levels of users.

What’s your favorite thing about Gravity Forms 2.6?

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Chris Eggleston
Chris is not just a Gravity Forms enthusiast; he's a dedicated father and loving husband. As the proud owner of WP Mantis, he's on a mission to simplify the WordPress experience for site owners. He brings a unique perspective to the Gravity Forms community.


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