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#1 minute14



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Posted 02 August 2012 - 01:35 AM


After 10 days of trying to get Gravity forms to work correctly and post my custom fields correctly...It finally works:) Now I'm on the final step. I have custom fields being populated from either a check box, drop downs, single line text (for a web address), or a paragraph box. Everything thats entered into the form populates into custom fields. Its pretty sweet....

Now to my question... the data from the fields isn't that pretty when posted... very generic (see test post/example here:

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) Whats the best approach to make it look more professional or more like the rest of the text? Not orange, but being able to change color would be nice :) ?

Any thoughts or recommendations?

#2 Stefan


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Posted 02 August 2012 - 10:32 AM

Hey there, As a general idea, you should be able to use custom CSS to style the results. However, I am not quite sure how they are generated in the post content. Maybe you could apply a style (or just a color) to the whole post content area so that it will impact the results as well?