[Support request] Gravity forms css

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    Hi, GP introduced bullets into gravity forms. I can use css to hide them, but then this would need to be site wide, since I’m using s lot of gravity forms. And I’m hesitant to do that, since it feels like I’m putting lipstick in a problem rather than just fixing the problem. Any suggestions? Thank you!

    GeneratePress 2.2.2
    GP Premium 1.7.8
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    odd why Gravity Forms don’t style there lists. But you can try this:

    .gform_wrapper li {
       list-style: none;

    I believe gform_wrapper is a common class on all forms


    I had turned off their styling, so the form could inherit GP’s styling.

    Alternately, I just turned on their styling. That introduces different issues, such as the indents. Any suggestions for going this approach instead?

    Customer Support

    Right that makes sense.
    Personally i would go with the Theme styling and use the above CSS. GravityForms has quite a few classes on those fields which is causing the indent on the second password field.

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