I want to embed a Google Form in my website, but make it unstyled, etc., so it looks neat and can be placed in widget form.
Have you searched?– user79865Mar 7, 2016 at 23:32
@404 I think that the instructions on the referred page are obsolete as they said to use the spreadsheet key instead of the form key.– Rubén ♦Mar 10, 2016 at 21:16
@404 at the bottom of the linked article is a section about updates. This looks to be the most recent morning.am/tutorials/how-to-style-google-forms-redux– Rubén ♦Mar 10, 2016 at 23:55
@gmal how "minimal" is your form? Does it include pages, validations,...? Are you using the old or the new Google Forms?– Rubén ♦Mar 11, 2016 at 0:01
UPDATE: This used to work with the old version of Google Forms but it's not available anymore.
The skeleton of pretty basic instructions will look like the following:
Get the code
- Go to http://forms.google.com and create or open a form
- Go to preview
- Right click and select view source
- Copy the source code
- Paste the source code to a blank local file or to a file in web page editor service.
Edit the code
Edit the CSS and style parameters of HTML tags.
Publish the file
Add the file to a web hosting service.
Emded the file
Use an iframe tag to embed the form.