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Strattic releases support for Gravity Forms!

March 30, 2020

Strattic releases support for Gravity Forms!
Strattic releases support for Gravity Forms!
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NOTE: We have kept this post up to date with continual additions to our GravityForms support.


Gravity Forms is one of the most popular and robust WordPress form plugins. Its extensive functionality addresses almost every need, and the user-friendly drag-and-drop interface actually makes creating forms fun!

That’s all fantastic, but in Strattic-land there was one problem: Gravity Forms doesn’t work on the static, headless sites that Strattic generates from WordPress websites. The reason for this is that the plugin depends on interaction with the WordPress database to process form submissions, and on Strattic static sites there are no WordPress databases. The front end for the forms looks perfect, but it’s not enough to have a pretty face.

So we did something about it.

Drumroll, please!

Strattic is excited to announce that we now support Gravity Forms! 🥳

Gravity Forms has a ton of features so we are starting out by supporting many of the most-used parts of the plugin (see below for full list of supported features), with plans to roll out support for more features over time.

Srattic supports Gravity Forms out of the box! No need to enable any Strattic settings.

How to use Gravity Forms on Strattic

(Prerequisite: installing and activating the Gravity Forms plugin on your WordPress website)

  1. If you don’t yet have any Gravity forms set up on your site, go ahead and create one now.
  2. For existing Gravity forms, click the “Update” button at the bottom of each form
  3. Click on the big red Strattic publish button then click ‘Full Publish’ to generate a static version of your WordPress site.
  4. Test your form by submitting it. Both WordPress and static environments are connected to our integration, so you can test on either. Whoever is configured to receive email confirmations in Gravity Forms will get an email notification with the form submission details. Tada!

Gravity Forms features currently supported on Strattic

Gravity Forms comes with the following types of fields to choose from: Standard, Advanced and Post. Strattic has support for most of the Standard and Advanced Fields. Post fields are not supported.

Supported Fields

Standard Fields in Gravity Forms form editor
Standard fields
  • Single Line Text ✔️
  • Drop Down ✔️
  • Number ✔️
  • Radio Buttons ✔️
  • HTML ✔️
  • Page 𝙓
  • Paragraph Text ✔️
  • Multi Select ✔️
  • Checkboxes ✔️
  • Hidden ✔️
  • Section ✔️


GravityForms supported fields
Advanced Fields in Gravity Forms form editor
Advanced fields
  • Name ✔️
  • Time ✔️
  • Address ✔️
  • Email ✔️
  • Captcha (learn more)
  • Consent ✔️
  • Date Picker ✔️
  • Phone ✔️
  • Website ✔️
  • File Upload ✔️
  • List ✔️

Required Fields

You can make any field required!

Appearance settings:

Appearance Settings
  • Placeholder ✔️
  • Field Label Visibility ✔️
  • Description Placement ✔️
  • Custom validation message ✔️
  • Custom CSS Class ✔️
  • Field Size ✔️


Advanced settings:

Appearance Settings

Conditional logic for confirmations and notifications

Strattic users can now use conditional logic for notifications and confirmations to show or send different messages based on data selected in a form. Learn more about conditional logic for confirmations and notifications.


After a user fills out a form, you can display a thank you message or redirect to a page or URL.


Send an email notification upon submission.

Supported features:
  • “Send to” field ✔️
  • “Reply to” field ✔️
  • “BCC” field ✔️
  • Standard Merge tags (e.g. {admin_email}, {form_title}, {all_fields}) ✔️
Not yet supported:
  • Customizable “From” email address

Form Settings

There’s a lot you can configure on the Form Settings page in Gravity Forms. Strattic supports most of these configurations.


Strattic support on Gravity Forms Form Settings page
Form Settings supported features: Form settings not supported by Strattic at this time:
  • Form title ✔️
  • Form description ✔️
  • Label placement ✔️
  • Description placement ✔️
  • Sub-label placement ✔️
  • CSS class name ✔️
  • Input Type ✔️
  • Button Text ✔️
  • Button conditional logic ✔️
  • Animated transitions ✔️
  • Save and Continue 𝙓
  • Limit number of entries 𝙓
  • Schedule form 𝙓
  • Require user to be logged in 𝙓
  • Anti-spam honeypot 𝙓
    (not supported but there is general Anti-Spam /
    reCaptcha support

Other supported features

What’s next?

We are working hard to make sure that you can use as much Gravity Forms functionality as possible.

Here’s what’s next, so stay tuned!

  • Customizable “From” email address for sending notifications