HTML Forms are essential for inviting visitors on a site to provide input, giving information about themselves, sharing opinions and so on. The information will on most cases be very valuable for the owner of the web site why making the forms more accessible and better drawing visitors attention is a key objective. This post provides a list of jQuery plugins that makes it simple and allows you to cake full control of the look and feel of your HTML forms.
Introducing Uniform, a plugin for jQuery that lets you style select, radio, and checkboxes however you desire.
This script is for people who wants to have a consistent look for checkboxes across browser or those who simply want them to look better. By using this script you wont loose any of the regular inputs usability.
If you use Skype I am sure that you noticed that animated button for adding more people to a chat. When you click on it the icon on the left “jumps” for a few times. I love that animation. And that’s why I’m going to show you how to create the same button using jQuery and some simple CSS.
When creating a web form you have to make a functional and visually aligned layout. The simplest way to do this is to place elements in a table or by fixing the width of labels. But what if you don’t want to use tables and you want to align input elements according to the width of the longest label? This small jQuery tutorial shows you how.
Highlight increases usability by highlighting elements as you interact with the page. Its primary use is for forms, but it can also be used for tables, lists, or any element you specify.
This script provides you with the ability to customize the design of checkboxes in your web forms. You can use the default skin and the Safari skin which are provided with the package.
This plugin is a jQuery styling plugin wich allows you to skin form elements.
An unobtrusive way of creating a HTML type combobox from a existing HTML Select element(s), a Demo is here.
If you ever saw how products like Microsoft CRM look like you probably noticed there are input fields that have “embedded” image buttons inside them. If your clients saw that, there is a probability that they will want to have it in their applications.
Whether you agree or not, here is how you can do it easily. So easily that you will have to add just a few lines of code and enable this feature in entire application.
How to replace radio buttons and check boxes with jQuery.
mcDropdown allow users to select from a complex hierarchical tree of options.
Avery user friendly way to show checkboxes.