It means that Gravity Forms comes with some default styles, in case your theme does not style all the form elements, but if your form does style form elements, Gravity Forms will inherit those styles. So, the form blends in to your site because it is using the styles from your theme.
If you find that your theme styles are not taking preference, you can turn off the output of Gravity Forms styling, and use all the styles from your theme.
And finally, to customize the display of form elements, the little effort is adding new styles to your theme's stylesheet. We can help you with that if you need it. Just post the link to your form online and let us know what element you want to change the look of.
Posted 7 years ago on Sunday December 30, 2012 | Permalink