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Creating a custom login for your website

QuickBase is web based so much of what we would like to customize with QuickBase can be done using basic html.

For instance if you want to add a custom QuickBase login right on one of your company's web pages, you can do it by adding some simple html code to produce the following form.

This is a live form embedded into this webpage. Try logging in.



Login:


Password:




This is the basic code that was pasted into this website:

<form action="https://www.quickbase.com/db/main?act=api_authenticate" method="post">
<input name="rdr" type="hidden" value="https://www.quickbase.com/db/main?a=myqb">
<input name="NextURL" type="hidden">
Login:<br><input name="username">
<br>Password:<br><input name="password" type="password">
<input type="submit" value="Enter">
</form>

You can find out more about embedding forms by attending any of our 10 weekly live webinars or visiting our Community Forum, On Line Help and Knowledgebase

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Comments

Any way to enable the "Keep Me Logged In" feature w/custom form?

This is a great way to customize logins.  Was wondering if anyone figured out how to enable the, "keep me logged into QB" feature with it?

How can I get the login to open myqb in a new window?

I placed the login html code in a SharePoint webpart.  That works great but I need for the My Quickbase page  to open in a new window.

Any ideas or suggestions?

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