This is a classic example of "Get in touch: or “Contact Me form”. It uses bootstrap 3.3 and jquery 1.11 versions. The form contains fields for “your name”, “email”, “mobile no.” “message” and a submit button. The body is divided into sectionContent, sectionHeader and container. SectionHeader has its CSS style for font-family and color. Contact is having its own CSS style with its font family, background and color. The form gets a gradient look set in the contact section. FormControl and FormGroup, has its own style, which sets the font size, margin etc. Submit button is set with fontSize, background-color, width and float to right properties. Label and textarea is also set with their font and height properties. Your name, email-id and mobile number are in class form-line, whereas message and submit button are in separate formGroup. Tags such as label and textArea have properties set for height and fontSize.
This is a responsive form and works well with most of the devices. Adding this form will give a stylish look to your website and portfolio. It is a simple yet stylish contact form which consists of "container". Contact form is placed inside the container which contains the input tags like “first name”, “lastName”, “email”, “comment” and submit button. FormGroup and FormControl are used to group the label and input area. The image is placed in a contact-info class with the margin set at the bottom. Head tag consists of bootstrap min and jquery references. CSS is defined to match the details added in the contact form. Styles like background color, padding, and height is defined. Class contact-info it needs to be set with margin. Focus on button shadow is none. This form goes well with a personal, portal and business websites.
This is an Bootstrap sticky contact form which will be fixed at the bottom position of the page. It will be located at footer area and when clicked will slide out to show the form. The form is floating and fixed at bottom of page, it will be displayed when the user clicks on “Send a message”. When click it provides animation and popup with all input fields to be filled out. HTML contains the “container” and fixed classes which act as a container. The entire form is placed in this container. The form contains the input, textarea and submit button. The container is using CSS style for all the classes and uses jquery 1.11 for animation. and popup of this form.
The snippet is of Survey Form. This form encloses all the data in RowTab control. The form consists of text, labels, select option, a radio button with multiple checkboxes. The CSS file mentions in the attribute, and classes for styling. Once you are done with the form, click submit. All the fields are marked as required. The width and height of different screens are defined. Each attribute has some style attached to is class. This form asks for name, email, age, role, suggestions, improvement lists.
This is an excellent example of a Footer. Footer is an additional navigation method for websites. It holds company info, copyrights, links, buttons, etc. This snippet contains classes like FooterTop, FooterBottom, FooterTitle, FooterLogo, FooterSocial. Check out the CSS settings in tag of HTML. We will be using font awesome for icons. Footer tag of bootstrap sets the stage for footer in HTML, the contains of the footer is placed in the class “container”, it deals with responsive behavior of the page. The row is divided into 4 parts and each part contains respective info which is using its individual style sheets. Check out the table class inside the footer. Each class and tag has its own style defined. Check out the hovering style defined for the button.
This is a simple login form for any resort application. This consists of a user name and password to access the application. This form is divided into , and a section. The header section contains the image set using max-width. The form is placed in the div section where two input type is displayed with place holders. Footer contains the button to sign in and a link for sign up form. Styles for different class @media rule are used in media queries to apply different styles for different media types/devices. Here we are applying the clip path ellipse, to the background. This gives us the required eclipse like curve.
This snippet describes how to code for the comment section of the webpage. This snippet uses the class “comment-container” and theme-light. It uses the card from Bootstrap 4 which is a flexible and extensible content container. It contains a header, footer, background colors, images or avatars. A simple card template is used with sheet and theme set to light. This card includes the avatar or image and name of the commenter. An arbitrary class dialog container is applied. The styles are applied to each class used in the snippet. Media rule is applied classes container and comments. CSS uses a few settings selectively for Mozilla or Firefox browsers.
This is a simple contact form, which is using class Jumbotron for the header. This class is a lightweight, flexible component that can optionally extend the entire viewport to showcase the header part of the snippet. In the second part, the form is placed in the container. The container helps to deal with responsive behavior of the form. FormGroup is used along with the FormContainers, to display the labels and types. An addon is used to display the email icon for email FormControl. This is all placed in the class InputGroup. The snippet used column setting for medium devices for each formGroup. The style is limited to jumbotron class and header.