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How to Install & Setup Gravity Forms in AMP

You can integrate Gravity Forms integration in AMP with the help of an extension called Gravity Forms for AMP.

It’s pretty easy for you to setup because it works out of the box.

Here are a few simple steps to place Gravity Forms for AMP

After downloading Gravity Forms for AMP on your Desktop follow the below-given steps.

Step 1 – Go to Plugins -> Add New then click on Upload Plugin.

Step 2 – Gravity Forms for AMP is a Paid Plugin Extension. You won’t find that extension in the WordPress Plugin directory. So you have to upload this plugin after purchasing.

  • Click on Upload Plugin
  • then choose  “Gravity Forms for AMP” Extension from which you already downloaded after purchase.
  • After that, click on Install Now

Step 3 – After Uploading the plugin, Click on Activate Plugin

Step 4 – After Activating the Extension Plugin, The Gravity Forms will be visible on the AMP version of your site.

The overview of Settings/Options in Gravity Forms

The first thing you need to do is go to your WordPress admin area and click on AMP option panel -> AMP Gravity Forms.

  • Show Form On All Pages: If you want Gravity Form on all the pages then enable this option.
  • Form ID: In this field enter Gravity Form ID.
  • Above Content: If you want Gravity Form above the Content then enable this option.
  • Below Content: If you want Gravity Form below the Content then enable this option.
  • Above Footer: If you want Gravity Form above the footer then enable this option.
  • ReCAPTCHA v3: Once you enable the Recaptcha v3 feature for more details of this option Click Here.

Note: This extension requires Gravity Forms, which is a commercial plugin.

That’s it for this tutorial!

We hope it helped you. If you have any feedback or questions, then please share them in the comments section below.

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Updated on February 25, 2020

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Comments

  1. hi, I’m having problems with the gravity form plugin for amp, I should use logical conditions, but I can’t use them. how can I do?

    1. Hi Riccardo,

      Logical conditions will perfectly work in amp so could you send me the exact url where you have placed the form and the conditions are not working.

    1. Hi Daniel Jordan,

      Will you please provide us the URL of your website. So that we will check and will get back to you.

  2. Something is happening with the styling of the gravity form when its rendered through AMP. I am trying to override the styles using the AMP custom CSS options in the preferences but nothing will override the CSS on the form. I am running an activated Gravity Forms extension to the AMP plugin (0.9.98.7) Here is a link to beta site where we’re building: http://j.mp/2NTAYU2

    Let me know how I can fix the styling.

    1. Bert Mahoney,

      Could you please clear cache after applying CSS? and if you have still face the same issue then contact our technical team from here -https://ampforwp.com/support/ they will help you to solve the issue as soon as possible.

  3. Hi – I installed this plugin, but it is not working with Gravity form. Every time I press the submit button – I get an error “One or more fields have an error. Please enter required fields and try again”

    I have raised a support ticket on the same, but haven’t received a resolution on the same.

      1. Hi Himanshu Jain,

        Our support developer has already contacted you regarding your FTP or C-panel access to debug the issue at your end. Could you send us the details so that we can fix the issue as soon as possible?

  4. I am using gravity form plugin and made a registration form ..its working fine without amp ..but when i use with amp then its creating problem … i already installed the amp gravity form addon but its not working fine ..

    Actually when i using gravity form with amp then Name and email field is showing only but password field is not showin .. i tried everything but nothing happend … why your plugins creating problem everytime ….please give me the answer and give me the solution

    1. Hi Gurpreet,

      Will you please provide us the URL of your website so we will check from where you are getting issues and help you.

  5. the default gravity forms styling is stripped on amp view, how do I fix?

    1. Hi tripled,

      Will you please provide us exact URL where you are having an issue so that we can check and get back to you.

  6. I finally have the form working. However, what is not working is the redirect after the form is submitted. I have a specific page configured in Gravity Forms to be the target after a successful form submission. The form is submitted successfully, BUT it doensn’t go to the page I have configured in the form settings.

    Instead of redirecting, it displays a light green box with some padding, and the text inside of the box says “Thank you, form has been submitted. please wait..”

    I cannot find this text in the translation area of the AMP plugin, nor can I find anything in AMP, or the AMP Gravity plugin that addresses form redirection.

    I need to have control over the redirect.

    Please advise how I can do this. I don’t want the current message/behavior.

    Let me know if you have any questions.

  7. I’m embedding a Gravity Form using PHP through ACF for AMP. The form is coming up with multiple errors when I try to validate the page. Do I need to embed the form in a different way?

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