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ConvertKit forms embedded on WordPress with the ConvertKit plugin stacking when they shouldn't be. https://www.loom.com/share/7eaf5c3bfc054e6c93eab705ecb04cd9

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Robert
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Hey Jason -- I had a similar issue to yours.You67 can try using this CSS code that I got from their support when I reached out to them:

.formkit-field { max-width: 33%; display: flex; padding: 2px !important; justify-content: space-evenly; }

If it still not working, you might need to reach out to ConvertKit's support: https://convertkit.com/support22