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    wp guy
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    I hope someone can help. I’ve been using Gravity Forms for a while but when I used it on Executive Pro the fields are very high: http://pandc.ethemedhosting.com/agents/ – Gravity says it’s a theme “issue” and I have no idea what I would do in the stylesheet to get the field height to be a “normal” size. Any help is appreciated.

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    #71671

    David Chu
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    Hi,
    Fields that are “high”… hmmm. Do you actually mean that they’re tall? :-) If so, have a look at the following line in your style.css. You’ll see that I commented out the padding line below, that makes them shorter. If you want them even shorter, you could comment out the font-size line, too.

    [css]
    div.gform_wrapper input[type="email"], div.gform_wrapper input[type="text"], div.gform_wrapper textarea, div.gform_wrapper .ginput_complex label {
    font-size: 1.6rem;
    /* padding: 1.6rem; */
    }[/css]

    Dave


    Dave Chu · Custom WordPress Developer – likes collaborating with Designers

    #71675

    wp guy
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    Perfect – thank you!

    #71677

    David Chu
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    :-)

    Forms are a huge chore to style compared to other things!


    Dave Chu · Custom WordPress Developer – likes collaborating with Designers

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