CSS forms are beautiful no doubt, and if you fit into any of these categories:
Then you’re in luck because we’ll be sharing some tricks to help you create beautiful CSS forms.
But there’s a gotcha! You need to have some knowledge of CSS. You don’t want to start working on a form and midway, you don’t know what selectors to use. Learn a lot about CSS from css-tricks.
If you’d rather not have to edit CSS code, check out our guide on how to style your forms without CSS.
In order to style a form field in Formplus, you will need to inspect the field using your browser’s developer tools. On each input type, you’ll find an ID with a value like this - fp-numberstring. To see this, load the form as though you intend to fill it. Right-click on any form field you intend to style, and click ‘Inspect’. You should see something in the form of this id =”fp-1234567890”.
To upload your custom CSS, head over to the Customise page of the Builder; check for the custom CSS tab, and then upload your custom CSS. For the purpose of this tutorial, our form field ID is fp-1550487293722,
Here are five HTML form design examples with code that you can use to create beautiful CSS forms.
This is what the entire form looks like when you're done customizing with CSS:
There, now you have 8+ ways to help you style your form fields with CSS, we hope you have learned more than one thing on how to style your forms in the exact way you want them to look.
To start creating beautiful forms with custom CSS, sign up to use the Formplus builder now. It is free and integrates well with numerous tools.
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