Disabling Automatic Bold Formatting in Gravity Forms Field Titles

If you're using Gravity Forms on your WordPress site, you might notice that the field titles are automatically styled in bold. If you prefer a different look, you can easily change this setting by adding a small snippet of CSS to your theme. This will set the font weight of the field titles to normal, overriding the default bold styling.

Here's how you can do it:

Navigate to Your Theme's Customizer: From your WordPress dashboard, go to Appearance > Customize. This will open the theme customizer.

Access the Additional CSS Section: In the theme customizer, find and click on the Additional CSS section. This area allows you to add custom CSS rules that will be applied to your site.

Add the CSS Snippet: Copy and paste the following CSS code into the Additional CSS box:

body .gform_wrapper .gfield_label {

    font-weight: normal !important;


This code specifically targets the labels of your Gravity Forms fields and changes their font weight to normal, removing the bold effect.

Publish Your Changes: After pasting the code, click the Publish button to apply the changes to your site.

Check Your Forms: Go to a page with a Gravity Form to ensure that the field titles are no longer in bold. If they still appear bold, clear your browser cache and check again.

By following these steps, you can easily customize the appearance of your Gravity Forms to better match the aesthetic of your WordPress site.