Google Event Tracking in Gravity Forms – Video Tutorial

Google Analytics is the most popular and most used analytics system that you will find on the web.

It without a doubt has an unbeatable price – free.

However, integrating your forms and events with this tool can be a challenge. Gravity forms have you covered, or maybe I should say the WordPress community has your covered.

In this video I show you a free plugin, Gravity Forms Google Analytics Event Tracking. This plugin makes it so easy to integrate Google Analytics to Gravity Forms that it’s a very fast process. The whole tutorial is only 2 minutes.

So if you want to put real value tracking on your website, this is for you. Add event tracking and see what your Gravity Forms are doing for your website and store it in the Google Analytics platform.


If you are looking for some great tools for your Gravity Forms with Divi be sure to checkout out Gravity Form Styler or Gravity Form Injector plugins. They save us heaps of time, and I’m sure they will save you heaps of time too.

Which Gravity Forms design tool is right for me?

In this post, I will compare the differences between our Gravity Forms design tools. I will talk about what each product does and help you to decide which one is right for you. I’ll also look at what other Gravity Forms styling tools are out there. All things said and done, choosing the right plugin tool should save you time. This article will help guide you to make the best-informed choice. So let’s get started!

Divi & Gravity Forms – A great combination!

Divi and Gravity Forms are a great combination and we have been using them for years on our own websites. Not only is Gravity Forms easy to extend, it allows you to integrate with third-party services. Some of these include PayPal, Stripe, Zapier, Agile CRM, Zoho CRM and MailChimp to name a few. We have written some informative articles in our blog on using Gravity Forms with Divi.

Why we made our own plugins for Gravity Forms

We created our plugins because styling Gravity Forms in Divi isn’t that easy. It requires you to write custom CSS which we didn’t always want to be doing. We wanted a way to style our forms quickly and easily. To solve this problem we create our own plugins. These are the Ultimate Gravity Forms Styler and the Gravity Forms Shortcode Injector. Next, I will explain what each of these plugins does and why you would use them.

1. Gravity Forms Styler The Gravity Forms Styler styles all your forms across your whole site. Use the Theme Customizer to control the settings. If you want global styles for your Gravity Forms this plugin will suit you. Set your Gravity Form styles once in the Theme Customizer and see them updated everywhere. Quick and easy!

2. Gravity Forms Shortcode Injector Module The Gravity Forms Shortcode Injector is an individual styler for individual forms. It has a custom Divi Module that allows you to control each form as you insert it into a page. You should use this plugin if you have forms on your site that needed to have individual styling. For example, you might want to add a different background colour or border to one form and not another. This plugin has all the customisation settings you need to accomplish this and more.

A Technical Comparison

We have created a table in our Knowledgebase to visually compare the features of both products.

To summarise, it really it depends on how you use your website to know which of our Gravity Forms design tools is right for you. They are both great tools for styling your Gravity Forms. Could you use both on the same site? Yes, you could. The Divi Module settings would override the Theme Customizer settings of either plugin.

Other Gravity Forms Plugins

Now let’s have a look at what other Gravity Forms design tools are out there. Here are three alternative products for styling Gravity Forms which are worth considering.

1. Surbma – Divi & Gravity Forms “This plugin adds the same styling for Gravity Forms as Divi Theme has for its own forms. This is a very lightweight plugin with minified CSS to reduce the loading time as low as possible.” We used this plugin for some years and found that although it is a decent tool to use, we still had to write custom CSS. The main issue is that it pulls everything out of the theme accent colour. So if your theme accent colour is the same as your button colour it doesn’t work.

2. Divi Styling Add-On for Gravity Forms by Divi Space  “Divi looks amazing, Gravity forms is amazing, but together they both look out of place. This plugin eliminates that, Divi Styling for Gravity Forms brings the beauty of Divi to the Power & Logic of Gravity Forms. Simply install the plugin and activate, and your Gravity Forms will look and feel as if they are meant to be there. They will adopt the styling of Divi and respect the customizations you’ve made in the “Theme Customizer”

Note: We have not tested this plugin, so please let us know in the comments if you have used it and what you think.

3. Gravity Forms Styles Pro Add-on  This plugin works within Gravity Forms and comes with a lot of customisation options.

Note: We have not tested this plugin, so please let us know in the comments if you have used it and what you think.

Tell us what you think…

Hey, we’d like to find out what Gravity Forms plugins or add-ons you’re using with Divi and what you find useful. Also, if you have created something great please let us know as we would be happy to add it to the article.

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Conditional Login in Gravity Forms – Video Tutorial

When we make forms, especially large ones, you may want to show or hide content based on previous answers.

You can accomplish this with code and lots of effort or you can use gravity forms to make it happen without much effort at all. You just have to know how to.

In this video, we show you how to use conditional logic to get these great results with your Gravity Forms.

You can download the example for we used here.

Hope you like it, keep an eye out for other great gravity form resources from Divi Framework.

Using Zapier with Gravity Forms – Video Tutorial

Part 3 of our tutorial series

Using Zapier and Gravity Forms is a really powerful tool. It makes Gravity forms become a super power in the world of web.

Make the most of it and enjoy the tutorial.

Why Did you give us a form download on this one?

Its because we used the existing form and just added on the Zapier elements.

If I shared that you would get stuck sending things to my hook.

Remember – you need a Gravity Form Developer license to use the Zapier add on for gravity forms.

Do you need help styling your Gravity Forms for Divi powered websites?

You may want to take a look at our ultimate Gravity Forms Styler for Divi.

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URL parameters with Gravity Forms – video tutorial and download

Did you know you can send parameters to a gravity form and pre populate it?

In this video I show you exactly how this is done.

Want to download the form so you can upload it and follow along?

No problems – download the form here. You will need a gravity form license to make use of this form and you will also need to know how to upload a form.

I personally use this technique for support form payments and initial consult forms. Its really good an doing this sort of thing because you can populate reference numbers, names and address details as well as prices and payment data all in the URL.

It makes it very easy for your end users and overall has made it much easier for me to get paid.

Take a look at the tutorial and keep an eye out for the next one in the series.

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