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I have a WordPress site that uses the Contact Form 7 plugin.

Please look at http://rain1.com/new-site/customer-support/service-request/

Note if you type something in to the form fields, the font is very small and a color that it hard to read.

Can I somehow change that or do I have to use in-line css on each form element individually? Or will that even work? See attached for "settings" on the form; does not appear to be changeable.

Thanks
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Question by:Richard Korts
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by:Jason C. Levine
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This is something you can fix using the overall CSS file for the theme (style.css).  Just identify the classes the form uses for the fields and labels and set new CSS rules for those classes.
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chilternPC earned 500 total points
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if you look at 'bootstrap.css'
and search for  the style   ".uneditable-input"  the color is set to light grey  change it. to #00;  
that style also defines the size of the font but it is overridden by another input style  in the file  'style.css'   in this file search for  "input[type-'text'], textarea"   and change change font size to something bigger.  font-size:14px; or something.
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