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Entries in Wordpress are Pushed

  1. I have created a form, and tested it by filling it out and submitting it.
    However, when I look at the Entries in Wordpress, the content of the form is pushed to the right ... squished so far over that it is unreadable.

    I checked it out in both Safari and Firefox (I'm on a Mac) with the same results.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!
    Let me know if a screenshot would be helpful (and if it is possible to send one).

    josh

    Posted 12 years ago on Tuesday August 25, 2009 | Permalink
  2. Hit me up via email at the address you contacted me with before and fill me in on what is going on AND include the screenshot as an email attachment. That will be very helpful. Thanks!

    Posted 12 years ago on Tuesday August 25, 2009 | Permalink
  3. I had noticed this also. I checked out the source file and saw nothing, I even added a bunch of resets such as margin:0 ext... and nothing. Then I looked at the generated source (you might need a developers toolbar for that) and there you go a lot of form elements you might not think to reset, canvas I believe being the main colprate and inline styles which will over ride any CSS you might have.

    My solution is to use their css file, if you don't want to load the whole thing then just copy it to your main file and only leave in what you need. I'm assuming this will get cleaned up a bit in future releases.

    Posted 12 years ago on Sunday September 20, 2009 | Permalink
  4. @damien The original issue with this thread had to do with the Entry Detail page and an issue with fields that contained very long field labels.

    This issue was resolved in Gravity Forms v1.1 with the introduction of the new Entry Detail page UI.

    So i'm not sure what the fix you mention is in reference to as this thread had to do with an admin issue and not a frontend form issue.

    Can you elaborate? Thanks!

    Posted 12 years ago on Sunday September 20, 2009 | Permalink
  5. This just teaches me to leave old threads alone... LOL.

    My issue accord because the script generates inline styles ei: style="margin:10px;" which would override any classes or id formatting. However in the css file there are lines that counteract those inline styles like #form{margin:-10px;} So when I checked the box not to load those styles all of the forms pushed 10px and rather then digging threw the backend and removing all the inline styles, I just kept part of the css that came with the form.

    My margin:10px; is just an example, I forgot the actual lines that gave me trouble, I finished that project a month ago and we end up using another form plugin. I will probably use the license on another site one day.

    Posted 12 years ago on Monday November 16, 2009 | Permalink