New user (tonight). Thrilled to have spent the money after struggling with other form plug-ins for WordPress. Thanks so much!
Sorry if this is a repetitive/noob question, but I couldn't really find it specifically addressed.
I'm using Gravity Form on a site for a charity running race and one of the things you have to do is get people to acknowledge that they waive & release the sponsors, volunteers, etc.
You can see the GF in action here: http://humanerace.org/begin-registration/
If you scroll down a bit, you'll see the first waiver. I couldn't figure out a way to do it other than create a single checkbox, require it, then put the waiver in the description.
It's fine, but why is GF's CSS styling the text as tiny italics? Talk about "The Fine Print"! It does it again at the bottom of the form for another checkbox/waiver.
Again, sorry if this is an ignorant question, but I couldn't find much about the internal CSS decisions on this forum.
Thanks for any advice.