GravityView – DIY Layout add-on let you build your own GravityView layouts using HTML and CSS, have full control over how your entries are displayed on the front end.
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 extension 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.
Changelog Details For Nulled GravityView – DIY Layout - Version 2.3:
= 2.3 on December 10, 2020 = * Modified Single Entry template (`/templates/entries/diy.php`) to be consistent Multiple Entries output. Before, the wrapper would output: `` for View #95, Entry #14257. Now, the wrapper outputs: `` * Added `gv-diy-container gv-diy-single-container` CSS classes to the wrapper `` * CSS classes are now passed through the `gv_container_class()` function * `gravityview_header()` is now called before `$template::entry_before()` (needed for Inline Edit) * Fixed: Inline Edit not running in the Single Entry context