DIY Layout

Build your own GravityView layouts using HTML and CSS; have full control over how your entries are displayed on the front end. 

  • Billed once per year until cancelled

  • Billed once per year until cancelled

  • Billed once per year until cancelled

Move beyond GravityView’s preset templates

GravityView’s List and Table layouts allow you to create amazing designs using nothing but your Gravity Forms entry data. However, those layouts were designed to work well for most needs, not all needs. The DIY layout fills that gap!

Gain the flexibility to create your own designs

You no longer have to rely on the Custom Content field to write your own markup. With the DIY layout, you can change the HTML structure by wrapping fields in different HTML tags. Customize your design using CSS, without adding more code than is necessary.

Create custom layouts without modifying PHP files

With the DIY layout, there’s no need to override GravityView field templates; you can create custom layouts right there in the drag-and-drop editor! Reduce or remove custom PHP programming from your Gravity Forms development project.

Frequently Asked Questions

About the GravityView DIY Layout

Do I have to be a developer to use this layout?

No! Anyone with basic knowledge of HTML and CSS can use the DIY Layout to build custom GravityView layouts.

Does the DIY Layout support multiple columns?

With sufficient knowledge of HTML and CSS, you can definitely build multi-column layouts.

Can I use the DIY Layout for the Single Entry page and a different layout for the Multiple Entries page?

Currently, there’s no way to mix and match layouts. However, there is a way to achieve this by creating two separate Views and linking them together.