Wordpress Contact Form

Hello,

How would I reformat my check boxes. As you can see in the below link, it doesn't look good how it defaults. Having them vertical would be ideal.
https://max-title.com/order-online/

Thank you
WO2015Asked:
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Lucas BishopClick TrackerCommented:
If you view the css, the check box formatting is controlled via:
.wpcf7-list-item input {
    display: inline-block;
    margin: 0px 10px 0px 0px;

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By changing "inline-block" to "block", the layout will go from horizontal to vertical.
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WO2015Author Commented:
Thank you, where do I find the CLS for the particular form?
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Lucas BishopClick TrackerCommented:
This may be something you want to edit through the visual editor in Wordpress.

It appears this form is called "Wordpress Contact Form 7" and all of its associated styles are prefixed with .wpcf7 --you may want to see if this form has it's own style editor inside of Wordpress, before you start modifying the css file.

In any event...

Here is the main css file:
https://max-title.com/wp-content/themes/lawyer/style.less.css

Inside of that file, it says you should be editing this file:
https://max-title.com/wp-content/themes/lawyer/style.less.css
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WO2015Author Commented:
I found that css file. I didn't see anything related to a list with the .wpcf7 for so I added what you had and it did not appear to change anything:

.wpcf7-form p{


text-align:left;
color: #333;
font-weight: bold;


}
.wpcf7-form p input, .wpcf7-form p textarea{

font-size:larger;
background-color:#d3d3d3;
color:#333;
border-left-color:#333;
border-top-color :#333;
border-bottom-color:#333;
border-right-color:#333;
padding:2px;
}

.form7submit  {
display: block;
width: 307px;
}

.wpcf7-list-item input {
    display: inline-block;
    margin: 0px 10px 0px 0px;
}
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WO2015Author Commented:
Hello,

Please ignore the above I got it to work and align up block style but the words are not next to the boxes, but above them. Every website has the check boxes next to the words, how can I edit this to look normal?
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WO2015Author Commented:
Hello,

I just wanted to follow up about aligning them now.  I have them vertical but it does not look like the spacing is correct from the boxes to letters.
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