Thanks guys, I finally took the plunge and started targeting specific forms and fields. I'm not super advanced with CSS and am new to GF but I gave it a shot: http://test.northstaropinion.com/contact
Here are my remaining rubs:
1. Despite using the code provided in the targeting samples for standard labels, I am unable to affect the labels. I've tried just about everything but they don't budge no matter what CSS I plug in.
2. On the Contact page (same link as above) the form in the footer still appears different than it does on other pages, although less obvious this time. There's more padding after the form description somehow, and maybe more padding on the right of that whole container as well.
3. I was able to target the submit button for the contact form, but can't seem to properly target the button on the newsletter signup form in the footer. Even if I copy the same code I used for the other form, and change the form ID, it's not working. I see where it IS pulling its style from, and if I delete that, the button is just white and un-styled.
Sorry this is so confusing. I just wish there were a more clear, step by step tutorial on this site for people new to all this (CSS, Gravity Forms, WordPress...)
Thanks in advance for any help!
Posted 4 years ago on Thursday January 19, 2012 | Permalink