Support » Plugin: Styler for Gravity Forms » Invisible input

  • Resolved kgraversen


    Dear team,

    Thanks for a great plugin that is easy to use and provides good coverage on the GF styling.

    I have run into an issue that may be a bug.
    Some of my GF fields are not showing the input when I make an entry in the fields. This is true in Safari and in Firefox, but not in Safari for iOS and in Chrome.
    I have done a lot of client tweaking without luck.

    This evening I deactivated the Styler plugin and tested the “raw” GF. Then there is not a problem. When I again activated the Styler plugin, the issue returned.

    I have record a screen video of the two situation (with the Styler plugin active and one where it is deactivated).

    Please take a look, consider what could be the issue and let me know what to do.


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  • Plugin Contributor Nidhi Jain


    Hi @kgraversen, I’ve tested it in Safari, Chrome, and Firefox on my localhost. But everything is working absolutely fine.

    Can you please confirm if you are using any browser extension related to autofill? You can try using the private window of the browser.

    Hi Nidhi
    I will try that (private window) again.
    Please note that
    – it is causing problems in a freshly installed Firefox
    – that the fields causing problems are the same in both browsers
    – and that other fields are fine
    – and that I have another form with similar fields that doesn’t give problem

    Is there a way to clear/flush the code Styler is storing and using?
    Any other thoughts?

    Plugin Contributor Nidhi Jain


    Can you please try to load the same form on another page? There might be some page specific CSS. Styler stores the data in Customizer. You need to switch the theme to clear Customizer data.
    Please note that it will also remove all data from Customizer when switching the theme.

    If possible, please share the URL of your website so I can take a look.

    I’d like to add, in general with rendering of DOM/interface, also always be mindful of the caching (and plugins that influence the caching and order of operations that compose the DOM).

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