Advanced Branding: Add a Header and Footer 


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Overview

If you're a Professional, Premier, or Enterprise user, you'll find the Branding feature in the General Settings page. Click the Define a header and footer for your forms link to open the Branding Editor:

Account Branding


Once there, you'll see three check boxes: Page Header, Page Footer, and HTML <HEAD>.


By default, all boxes will be checked and the default header is blank. If you want to add a custom header and/or footer, uncheck the box of the section you would like to customize.


A text area will appear, where you can add your company's logo, navigation options, links, legal terms and conditions, or contact information. You can style these as much as you like, and copy existing HTML to ensure that your forms fit seamlessly within the rest of your website.

HTML <HEAD>

The HTML <HEAD> section will not change the appearance of your form directly. However, you can load custom CSS and JavaScript, as well as add any metatags you would like to include on all your forms. Anything you add to this section must be valid HTML.

The header, footer, and <HEAD> section will be applied to all your forms, so you only have to set it up once.

Please note:


HTML Examples

Please note: The examples listed below are common examples.  You may need to edit these examples to fit your form’s needs.  Our support team does not provide custom code and cannot help edit, write, or design custom code for your forms.

Add an Image

When adding an image, use the URL (web address) of the image for the image source. <img src="url">

<img src="dog.jpg" alt="Cute Dog" width="42" height="42">

Link an External Style Sheet

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="theme.css">

Display Text

<p>This is some text in a paragraph.</p>

Add a Hyperlink

<a href="https://www.google.com">Click here to go to Google!</a>

List with Bullet Points

<ul>
  <li>Coffee</li>
  <li>Tea</li>
  <li>Milk</li>
</ul>
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