HTML5 and CSS3 Forms: 4 Useful Designs

HTML5 and CSS3 Forms: 4 Useful Designs

HTML5 and CSS3 Forms: 4 Useful Designs

Forms are widely used as essential website components. It's possible to create any type of form to fit the purpose and goals of your particular site, with HTML5 and CSS3. Each brings a number of great features and attributes that substantially broaden the boundaries of form design.

We'd like to share some examples of new, creative, and modern HTML5 and CSS3 forms that are easy to customize and implement.

  1. Registration Form

This minimalistic form’s coolest feature is that it uses the placeholder attribute to give the user a hint of what sort of information he or she can enter in each field.

You can view the full source and make changes to tailor the form to your specific needs.

  1. Log-In Form

This stylish HTML log-in form loads with some great effects. Along with the placeholder attribute, we have attached corresponding icons for each field. You can customize the form with ease and implement it in your web project. View the code and try it out.

  1. Progress Form

The Progress Form is a simple and modern registration form that traces the user’s progress as he or she fills it in, indicating how much has been completed, and how much remains to be completed.

This example shows how easy it is to create some nice effects with CSS3. It’s very clean and stylish, even without using images. View the code and try it out.

  1. Contact Form

This attractive-looking contact form can be easily integrated into your website.

You can set up the form to collect the user’s personal information, such as first name, last name, and email address. You also have the option of adding additional fields for messages, comments, feedback, and the like. View the code to see the new effects we've used, and then customize them to use in your own website.

We hope these templates have helped simplify the process of creating website forms for you. Once you’ve created your own form, don’t forget to test your code across all browsers, to ensure that your result is consistent in each of them!

Finally, check out SoloLearn’s HTML and CSS courses to advance your skills and learn about additional features!

Happy Coding!