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    CSS Injection in Google Docs Forms

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    google docs spreadsheet 773638 CSS Injection in Google Docs FormsGoogle docs are the great way to get a feedback from your readers and can easily be embedded to your webpage or blogger.It provide full control to the webmaster to customize the layout of there form.But it would be great if we can change the a bit of css here and there .If u does not know how to use google docs to make a feedback form you can read this article.

    Flemming Steffensen found an ultimate trick to customize google docs forms using css Injection. Lets See how it is doen.I know it may be difficult for some users but every new thing is difficult ,i recommend you to try once because such thing might not work in future.

    Lets assume form url is :


    You can add some new CSS rules as a value of the f parameter:

    Like this :


    Open both above url in different tab and see the difference.

    You can edit several things in google docs like :

    • remove footer
    • Change text color
    • change font size globally,and section wise
    • add padding and spacing

    Flemming steffensen  has created a  interactive test page: For editing your googledocs form .So Do check out and do try.

    Source: googlesystem.blogspot.com

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    Thanks for sharing this useful and helpful information with us


    navi rana

    thanx for providing this post i was really wanting this .Easy to understand and very useful post.You rock thanx ishaan and shoutmeloud



    There is absolutely no difference between the 2 URLs
    Did google change something ?


    Rob Juurlink

    Google fixed / closed the security hole. The CSS injection hack described above does not work anymore.


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