You can add Gravity Forms to your UberMenu by inserting a Gravity Forms shortcode into an UberMenu Content Override field.
- In order for your form to appear in a submenu, you will need to attach it to a second level menu item – NOT a top level menu item. In some cases, a third level menu item might be appropriate.
- If you do not want the menu item’s Navigation Label to appear above the form, check the Disable Text option on that item
- For optimal formatting, place the Gravity Form in a Full Width Submenu with an explicit column number set. This gives the form a specific width to conform to and allows the form to display better. Otherwise, you may want to add a bit of custom CSS to set a width on the form to make it expand properly
- Depending on your form, you may wish to add some minor CSS tweaks to get the form “just right” within your menu
To maximize compatibility/minimize interference between the two plugins, disable two options in UberMenu > Theme Integration
- Keep in mind that on a page refresh, your submenu won’t automatically re-open. If you want your users to see the confirmation or error message after submitting the form, consider putting your form into AJAX mode