Add a Scrolling Text Block to Gravity Forms
There are times when website owners need to add lengthy text (i.e. Terms and Conditions) to a form built using Gravity Forms. If you’re trying to add a Terms and Conditions acceptance to your form, you will want to obviously add a way for the user to read the text, along with a radio button or checkbox for acceptance of those terms. To include the Terms, you can use either a blank target link to the Terms page or you can include the text right there in the form using a section break field. If you go with the latter, the height of the container is set to automatically adjust to fit all of the text, which can make the entire page very long. There’s a Gravity Forms CSS class that will place this text into a box with a fixed height and add a scroll bar if the content exceeds the height of the box, just like in the image above. This keeps your pages short and easy to read.
To use the scrolling text box with Gravity Forms, add a “Section” field and, under the Appearance tab, add gf_scroll_text as the CSS class.