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Adding a small bit of CSS

  1. I like the default CSS Gravity Forms comes with. But there are just a few tweaks I'd like to make.

    Normally to make these changes I'd put them in my theme's css file with the rest of my code. I'm using Pagelines...

    Just adding this CSS to my Pagelines Customize Plugin css doesn't seem to work. (This plugin is one way to edit the CSS like you do with a Wordpress Child theme.) When I turn off Gravity Forms CSS all together in the settings I see changes. Unfortunately a lot of good Gravity CSS is thrown out the window. Having to recreate the Gravity CSS in Pagelines will be a PITA.

    Is there any way to make just a few CSS changes to the Gravity Forms CSS without it being overritten next time I update the Gravity Forms plugin? Maybe y'all could add a blank css file to your next update that doesn't get changed from version to version?

    BTW - I've searched & read the forums, read some documentation/FAQ, and done a bunch of Google searches.


    Posted 8 years ago on Friday May 10, 2013 | Permalink
  2. David Peralty

    We ask that people put them in their theme's stylesheets (style.css) or custom stylesheet (custom.css if your theme has one). If it isn't showing up, make sure you clear your cache. If it still isn't doing what you want, please link to your form, and let us know what you are trying to do.

    Posted 8 years ago on Friday May 10, 2013 | Permalink