New here, so not up to speed yet. Created my first test form and the construction process was very nice - a real time saver. And everything looked pretty good too. I mean it was plain, but it looked professional enough. That is, until I hit the drop down and saw this:
I searched and read around to see how to style the form and that's when I discovered your current philosophy regarding styling, which, as I understand it, is to let the theme do that work. And, as I am using a Genesis Framework and child theme, and know Brian Gardner is a Gravity Forms fan, I wasn't surprised to see my theme has some CSS that addresses the form (.gform_footer .button).
However, it is very little CSS (only the form button as far as I can tell), and so that sort of put me back to start. So I started looking around and discovered there are eight CSS files associated with the GF plugin, with thousands of lines of code in the forms.css alone.
I also noticed that you all have declared many of your CSS stylings as "!important", which I thought meant that the theme CSS would not overwrite.
I guess I'm just a bit confused on how to address this styling problem. Can you refer to any documentation or tutorials that may help?