Gravity Perks – Gravity Forms Placeholder Nulled perk allows you to add HTML5 placeholders to your Gravity Form fields. What are placeholders? They’re short hints that display inline in form input fields (and textareas) that help users fill out the fields with the correct data.
This perk adds a new field setting for fields that support the placeholder property. More on that below. After you’ve specified the placeholder for a field, the Gravity Perks – Gravity Forms Placeholder Nulled perk handles updating the field’s input HTML to include the placeholder attribute. For browsers that support placeholders (like Firefix, Chrome and Safari), this functionality will work natively. That means no special scripts!
But alas, not all browsers support placeholders just yet. For these browsers (like Internet Explorer), the Gravity Perks – Gravity Forms Placeholder Nulled perk loads a little jQuery Placeholder script by Daniel Stocks. This script adds support for the placeholder attribute to older browsers so regardless of the browser, the user receives a uniform experience.
First step, as always, is to activate the Gravity Perks – Gravity Forms Placeholder Nulled perk. Once activated, supported field types on all forms will automatically display the “Placeholder” setting right below the “Field Label” setting.
For single input fields (like the Single Line Text field and the Paragraph Field), there is only a single input for the Placeholder setting. For multi-input fields (like the Name field and the Address field), there will be an input to specify the placeholder for each input of that field type.
Enter whatever text you would like to appear as the Gravity Perks – Gravity Forms Placeholder Nulled for each field on your form. Save your changes and you’re good to go!
Gravity Perks – Gravity Forms Placeholder Free Download Nope! That’s pretty much it. If you have any questions on this functionality or just want to say how much you love it, make sure you come back to GravityWiz.com and leave us a comment.