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    Hi, I bought Gravity Forms and wanted to use in Brightbox Theme. I’m facing two problems.


    I created 2 column form, however the columns don not align with each other. I believe this is going to be theme CSS related.


    I used theme builder and created a slideshow section. I put the Gravity Forms short code to the text field of Slideshow section. It looks messed up. Is there a chance to fix this? If not what would you recommend?



    Try to add following to custom.css:

    .gform_fields li{
    background: none !important;
    border: none !important;
    padding: 0 !important;



    thanks a lot for the quick response. it worked on “Contact Us” Page. However, it is still a mess on “Photography” Page. Any suggestions?


    On this page it’s (imho) a structure layout problem which I can’t solve with css modifications (contact form width, etc. doesn’t fit). Also the html structure of the form differentiates from


    Thanks a lot!



    that’s what Gravity Forms stuff send me, let me know what you think. Thanks

    The problem is because of how they implement the slideshow that page doesn’t use the traditional WordPress loop to display the data and the shortcode is unable to enqueue the necessary CSS and Javascript.

    This means you will need to manually enqueue the scripts for that form. You will do this by adding custom code to your themes functions.php.

    Add this code to your themes functions.php:

    gravity_form_enqueue_scripts(X, true);

    Replace the X in the is_page call with the page id for the post/page that this is for.


    You can try it. Add the code to header.php:

    gravity_form_enqueue_scripts(gform_fields_2, true);

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