Learn how to use Gravity Forms to calculate in both years and months for countdowns, job histories, exact ages, or anything else.
Capture a date in one format (like 10/10/2021) and display it another (like October, 10th 2021).
Supercharge the Gravity Forms Datepicker with linked fields, improved mobile experience, and more!
Easily add a pickup option for your store using Gravity Forms. Build a custom solution that doesn’t require a complicated eCommerce platform.
Use Gravity Perks to create all sorts of neat Gravity Forms examples on your WordPress website in just a few simple steps.
Replace the Gravity Forms datepicker with an inline datepicker to improve the mobile experience.
Accurately calculate a customer’s age based on their date of birth.
Calculate the number of days between two given date fields and populate this number into a field on the form.
Adjust a product’s price based on the customer’s calculated age.
Easily disable a large range of dates from being selectable using GP Limit Dates with this handy filter.
Use Gravity Forms conditional logic to determine if the entered date is a weekday or weekend. This can be used to show or hide fields, conditionally send notifications, or conditionally trigger a Gravity Forms add-on feed.
Discount your Gravity Form products if your form is completed before a certain date or specific amount of time before today’s date.
Charge a little extra if the user selects a delivery date that is within a certain time frame of the current date or a specific date in the future.
A simple method for linking two Date fields; the date selected in the first field becomes the minimum date selectable in the second.
Limit dates to weekdays, weekends or any other group of days.