There is an inline style being applied, probably by your theme:
It looks like your theme tries to style the radio buttons and checkboxes, so it hides the default inputs, but in this case, it is not outputting the proper styles to replace the input styles (and possibly radio button styles.) I recommend switching to a default theme like Twenty Twenty for a moment to see if the checkboxes and radio buttons are visible. if they are, you know the theme is making those inputs invisible. At that point, I recommend contacting the theme provider for support. Thank you.
Hello @chrishajer! Thank you so much for taking the time to look at the forms!
I initially copied the contact page and worked off it for the second form page. I added the new radio buttons “check boxes” and single choice answers and both disappeared, no radio boxes were visible nor check boxes.
I also thought the theme is hiding these somehow with the styling, But I couldn’t find it anywhere.
What is strange then, is how come the style shows up on the Contact page but it doesn’t show up on any new buttons I add.
I will reach out to the Theme developers as you suggested.
Hello @chrishajer I figured that if I switch to the normal theme, not the child theme all the forms start to look alike. So when I activate the child theme, only the contact me form is displayed nicely.
And another thing I worked out. The website has the plugin: Styler for Gravity Forms
the settings are the same on both form pages.
Both pages have Additional CSS pasted in the Customize field which seems the same. Yet the Contact Form page displayed the radio buttons differently and the the Submit button.
I am baffled. Any idea how I can apply the same styling to new forms?
PS. I cannot get any support from the theme developers the support option has expired an year ago…