HTML/CSS Cheat Sheet for Forms

20+ HTML/CSS code snippets to transform your forms!

It's as easy as copy & paste

Have you’ve ever wanted to add customized text, images, hyperlinks, or buttons to your forms, but weren’t sure how?

Well, now you’ve got a Secret Weapon.

I used to spend way too much time looking up snippets of code to use on my Quickbase forms.

Then I got smart and started saving them.

And now, I've packaged them all together in this cheat sheet so that you will have them at your fingertips

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"Loved it! Thank you. I used it to add a logo to one of my apps. "

Shelie McKelvey
National Operations Manager at Sprint

"Absolutely loved it. It help with one of my forms!"

Francesco Spiga
Process & Systems Manager at New Orleans Terminal, LLC

Adding a little HTML & CSS to your forms will make them more engaging and easier to use.

Add links to supporting documentation, add an image, or simply make labels appear larger.

All you need to do is copy the code from this cheat sheet. Simple!

What can you do with HTML/CSS?

Enhance Text

Make your forms more engaging by enhancing your text by using bold, italics, underline, highlight, and outline.

Improve Readability

Increase the font size and incorporate different fonts to ensure ease of use and readability.

Add Hyperlinks

Add links to resource materials, company web pages, or other references directly on your forms. 

Incorporate Images

Add visual elements with images, photos, logos, or other graphics directly on your forms.

Include Buttons

Add custom buttons that match your color scheme and link to other pages or files to download.

Create Text Tables

Display information on easy to read text based tables with data organized in columns and rows.


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