Missing Checkbox's

I am using WordPress, and a plugin called Contact Form 7.

I'm trying to use checkboxes on the form. I cannot get them to show.

Please look at http://rain1.com/new-site/about-us/careers-2/. Note at the bottom (just before the captcha), these lines:

Job opportunities you are interested in (check all that apply):
 Account Manager Sales Rep Crew Member Crew Lead/Foreman

There is supposed to be a checkbox in front of each choice.

If you view source, you will see the proper html for checkboxes. And some styling.

Attached are two css files; the one called styles.css is the overall theme css (slightly edited by me, not the !important on the checkbox css near the bottom). The other, called wpcf7.css is the css for the plugin.

I cannot grasp why the checkboxes are missing.

I am using FireFox.

Can someone help?

Thanks
styles.css
wpcf7.css
Richard KortsAsked:
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ResQTek NancyPresident @ ResQTekCommented:
Look for and remove this from your stylesheet:

input[type="checkbox"] {
    display: none;
}

[edit] It appears to be in a file called bbpress-mod.css
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Richard KortsAuthor Commented:
Fantastic!

How did you find that?

I actually HATE WordPress, each plugin has it's own css which can mess up other css, etc. Like in exactly this case.

Thanks!!
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ResQTek NancyPresident @ ResQTekCommented:
In the browser, right-click the element on your web page and choose "inspect element."

You're welcome. :)
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