This is an example of a timeline view with animations, designed with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. The timeline elements have been implemented with the use of lists and the timeline has been designed as a bulleted list with the use of UL. The clock element has been implemented separately in a div and it has been set on the timeline data, based on the click event. JavaScript function hover on click has been created to add the styles dynamically on the click event. For each timeline event class, the styles are added with values top as 100px for the first child, left as 50%, and margin-left as @eventWidth*0.04.The JavaScript function removeClass removes the current classes of style whereas addClass function appends the new classes of styles to the elements dynamically. Source: https://codepen.io/jtholloran/pen/JuLjg
This is a template of a timeline view designed with HTML and CSS. It is primarily designed using the concept of ‘lists'. The body of the timeline is designed with CSS with its values set as background to #252827 and font size to 16px. The timeline styles are applied to the UL element with the class name ‘timeline'. The styles added to the timeline class are border-left as @line solid @color-primary, border-bottom right radius as @radius, border-top right radius as @radius, background as fade(@color-light, 3%), color as fade(white, 80%), font family as @font-text, margin as @spacing auto, letter-spacing as 0.5px, position as relative, line-height as 1.4em, font size as 1.03em, padding as @spacing, list-style as none, text-align as left, font-weight as 100 and max-width as 30%. The hover event has been implemented in the CSS with a hover class by adding the color as @color-light, background as @color-primary, and border-bottom as .35em solid black. Source: https://codepen.io/alanhouser/pen/aErrQJ
This is a template of a more detailed registration form designed with HTML and CSS. The bootstrap CSS file has been imported to the HTML file to use the inbuilt styles in bootstrap with the use of the ‘link' element and the bootstrap JS file has been imported with the use of ‘script' element. The text fields have been implemented with the use of the input element with its type set as text as well as placeholders to display a hint of the expected output. The icons have been implemented with the span element by setting the class value as glyphicon glyphicon-user blue. Mouse hover effect has been implemented with the hover class in the li element by setting the background color as #C8C8C8. The button elements have been implemented with the use of button element and class value has been used as btn btn-large btn-danger. Source: https://bootsnipp.com/snippets/GX4aP
This is a classic example of a registration page with validation designed with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Text field has been implemented with the use of the input element with its type set as text. The background image has been set with the CSS styles by adding the image URL and background-size as cover in the CSS body section. The styles of the form are set to max-width as 530px, padding as 15px, margin as 0 auto, border-radius as 0.3em, and background color as #f2f2f2. The heading h2 has the styles of font-family as 'Open Sans', sans-serif, font size as 40px, font-weight as 600, color as #000000, margin-top as 5%, text-align as center, and letter spacing as 4px. The text transform element is set as uppercase to automatically transform the text to uppercase. JavaScript is used to validate the input fields and display messages if the required fields are left empty or char values are entered into numerical fields upon submitting. Source: https://bootsnipp.com/snippets/z8b1X
This is a template of a registration page with the terms and conditions section, designed using HTML and CSS. Bootstrap and jquery files are imported to add the respective styles such as bootstrap grid view. Placeholders are used to display a hint of the expected output in input fields. The input type ‘text' has been used for the text fields whereas the ‘Select' element has been used in the Choose field to select options from the dropdown list. The ‘label' element has been used to display the span values. The button element has been used to display the button with the value of image style set as 100%. The image URL has been added to display the image in the background. A validating element has been added on the submit button to avoid submitting without ticking the checkbox. Source: https://bootsnipp.com/snippets/yN1EV
This is an example of a sign-up form designed with HTML and CSS. The input type ‘text' has been used for the text fields. Placeholders have been used to display a hint of the expected output in input fields. ‘Select' element has been used in Phone number and Job type fields to select options from a dropdown list. The "font-awesome" style sheet has been imported and used the list element with the class value of fa fa-envelope. The class divider text has the styles of position as relative, text-align as center, margin-top as 15px, and margin-bottom as 15px. The span has the styles of padding as 7px, font size as 12px, position as relative, and z-index as 2. The styles will be appended to the text fields after the load with the styles of content as empty, a position as absolute, width as 100%, border-bottom as 1px solid #ddd, top as 55%, left as 0 and z-index as 1. Source: https://bootsnipp.com/snippets/z8699
This is a template of a registration form with animations designed using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. The input type ‘text' has been used for the text fields. CSS element ‘background-color' is set to the value of #509 color code to implement the background color. The ‘animation' element in CSS has been used to apply animations on the input fields with its values set as rotate 5s ease-in-out 0.5s alternate, move 5s linear 2s. The other CSS styles that are used here would be outlined as none, background color as #509, font style as italic, color as #f0f, border as none and border-bottom as 1px solid #f0f. The values of the input field border-bottom are set as 4px solid #f00, font size as 20px, transition as .4s ease-out and transition-delay as 0.5s on a focus event. A JavaScript function has been created to display a confirmation message and prompt the user to confirm if all the input fields are filled correctly. Source : https://codepen.io/ivanshavliuga/pen/GzXVvY
This is a signup page template with validation designed using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. The input type ‘text' has been used for the text fields with placeholders set for the elements to display a hint on the expected inputs for the text fields. CSS styles has been used to get a combination of colors to make the background color shady with the values set as linear-gradient (to right top, #051937, #004d7a, #008793, #00bf72, #a8eb12) and background-position as center. The value of CSS style ‘text-transform' is set to uppercase to convert the text to uppercase automatically. The current date is passed as the initial date on the date picker element with the date format given in JavaScript. Function validate email is used to validate the mail address. Max length and min length have been given to text fields such as postal code and city. Source : https://codepen.io/Devlop-Er/pen/EraLKL
This is another example of a login page designed with HTML and CSS. The input type ‘text' has been used for the text fields. A max length has been set on each text field, username as 35 and password as 30. This allows the user to enter characters up to a given number of max length; in this case user name-35 and password-30. CSS styles has been used to get a shady combination of colors with its values set as height to 100%, width to 100%, margin to 0, background to #f2306a and the background as linear-gradient (left, #f2306a 0%, #6d00a0 100%) to apply the shade of two colors. The input elements have the styles of position as absolute, height as 35px, with as 90%, padding as 0 5%, background as #050023, color as white, font size as 15px, font-weight as bold, border-radius as 4px and border as 2px solid #ff0067. Source : https://codepen.io/michelebit/pen/NEXbOj
This is a simple registration form with validation; designed using CSS, HTML, and JavaScript. The input type ‘text' has been used for the text fields. The ‘span' element has been used with the class name "login-error" to display the error message. The display style of this class is set as none and the font size as 16px. By setting the display value as none, the error message will not be visible until the input is entered. The key up function in JavaScript makes sure the validation happens with every single character entered. A switch case is used in JavaScript to determine the type of error: a "value missing" error if the value is null or empty, "at least 3 chars for value" if the entered value is less than or equal to 2 characters and a "no more than 50 chars for value" if the entered value is greater than or equal to 50 characters. Source : https://codepen.io/BothOfUs/pen/JagOGL
This is a simple signup form with login via social media accounts option, designed using HTML and CSS. The input type ‘text' has been used for the text fields with placeholders set for the elements to display a hint on the expected inputs. The background image on the right-side panel has been added by setting the image URL in CSS. The position has been set as absolute, top as 0, right as 0, box-sizing as border-box, padding as 40px, width as 300px, height as 400px, background-size as cover and background-position as center. To get the "OR" label on top of the layer, CSS styles has been used with values: position as absolute, top as 180px, left as 280px, with as 40px and height as 40px. The background color has been set to #efefef whereas the border-radius is set to 50% to display the label as a circle. Source : https://codepen.io/MiroslavDina/pen/NONaVR
This is an example for a card view with advanced effects and animation with the use of HTML, CSS and JavaScript. CSS style ‘overflow-y’ is set as scroll to apply scrolling to the whole page. JavaScript function has been used to implement the onclick function display only a half of the icon. On a click event of the element, a class will be added to the styles. In order to display only half of the element, CSS style top has been set to -215 making it placed above the top margin. Two JavaScript functions ‘mouseenter’ and ‘mouseleave’ have been added and given a transformation value of 1800 to zoom in and out the card tiles on mouse hover. The border bottom left radius has been set to the value of 5px and the border bottom right radius has been set to the value of 5 to curve only the bottom part of the element. credits - https://codepen.io/Bahaa-Addin/pen/mmYMKp