Is Gravity still considered to be part of the “Superforce” which existed at the instant of the “Big Bang”

My limited understanding of the Big Bang is that all the Fundemental Forces (Electromagnetic, Weak Nuclear, Strong Nuclear and Gravity) were originally part of a “Superforce.” As the universe cooled the forces broke up into the four Fundemental Forces. I know that this is a gross oversimplification. However, I presented this as a reference point for my question:

Given that Einstein showed that gravity is the result of the curvature of Spacetime caused by a given mass, is Gravity still considered to be a Fundemental Force created in the Big Bang? If Spacetime begins with the Big Bang and the Higgs Field gives particles mass, then is it even necessary to include gravity as a “force?” Isn’t gravity just an “effect” of the curvature of Spacetime? Maybe this is just semantics….

Gravity forms not working – Uncaught DOMException

Recently the plugin Gravity forms started giving an error in the console when trying to sumbit, which says:
jquery.js:2 Uncaught DOMException: Blocked a frame with origin "" from accessing a cross-origin frame.
at contents (
at (
at a.fn.init.n.fn.(anonymous function) [as contents] (
at HTMLIFrameElement. (
at HTMLIFrameElement.dispatch (
at HTMLIFrameElement.r.handle (

I disabled/enabled this and the other plugins but nothing is changing. In the source code there is this iframe