Gravity PDF Three Column Layout Support using CSS Ready Classes
In Core and some Universal PDFs, Gravity PDF attempts to match the same layout as your form when using CSS Ready Classes. For instance, if you use the
gf_right_half classes on two fields that are next to each other in the form builder, this will create a two column layout in the PDF (and your form). We also support three column layouts with the
gf_right_third field classes.
Provided you aren't using a half or three column layout on checkbox or radio button fields, we also support
gf_list_5col classes in the PDF. The class
gf_list_inline is not supported.
If you want to use columns in your custom PDF templates, you'll need to copy the appropriate CSS from our core template files and use a format like this: