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    I’ve got an online form for website users to fill out on my website which uses the Propulsion theme. The form functions fine but the formating is not ideal and creates confusion due to a lack of bold text and improper spacing throughout the fields.

    Here is the form in-question:

    I’ve looked on the site and seen many notes about adding various custom CSS mods to force the Gravity Forms content to display properly. None of them have worked for me, including Gravity Forms‘ own css modification that was supposed to be put in the header of the site.

    All I really need is for the main headlines of each of the Gravity Forms boxes to be bold, so as to differentiate them from the names of the specific input boxes. If I can get a CSS modification that does that, I’ll be thrilled!



    Just add this on your custom.css

    .gfield_label {
    font-size: 20px!important;

    Using “Inspect Element” on Google Chrome or Firebug can make your life a lot easier when trying to change css rules. :)




    So great! That worked perfectly! Firebug is superb but I often have a hard time using it to locate the relevant CSS. Lucky for me, WP geniuses like you have all the answers I need. Thank you again!


    Hi CarletonTorpin,

    Glad we could help. :)



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