This is the classic example of Navbar for an e-commerce web portal. It uses styles and scripts in the header part of the page. The navbar has an elegent color with other items like “Home”, “features”, “Pricing”, “Dropdown” with an option to “search” in the portal. Navbar is placed in the body of HTML which acts as a container. Nav is decorated with classes like mb-4 and navbar-expand, gives the ability to expand and set the desired color in the navbar. Using navbar-brand the brand name of the company is set, you can go ahead and place a logo of a company. The dropdown has a drop down to check out the dropdown classes used to create links. This bar has a CSS style which sets the styles for classes. Tweak this code to add it in your webpage of an ecommerce website.
With the larger data to be displayed in tabular format with multiple columns, you would require the row to be fixed. This is a simple table with the data to be displayed in row and column format. The horizontal scrollbar is added to all the tables to show the data. The purpose of this example is to show the first row is fixed. Row head is used to define the first column in the header part and the rest of the columns are displayed in the body part of the table. Scroll the data horizontally and you would see the first row is fixed at the left side of the table. CSS sheet defines the style and color to the table. JS-scroll is used to display the scroll bar. The background color, header color, and scrollbar color are in perfect sync for this table. You can use this table and tweak it to your needs.
With the larger data to be displayed in tabular format you would require the column header to be fixed. This is a simple table with the data to be displayed in row and column format. The vertical scrollbar is added to all the tables to show the data. The purpose of this example is to show the headers are fixed. Scroll the data vertically and you would see the column headers fixed at the top of the table. CSS sheet defines the style and color to all the tables and headers. JS-pscroll is used to display the scroll bar. The background color, header color and scrollbar color is in perfect sync for each table. These tables can be used for tabular data format with larger dataset displayed on each page. You can use these tables and tweak it to your needs.
This is the classic example of a responsive bootstrap table, which can be used to display data with various size of the web page. You can use this table design in the sites which can be used in mobile, IPad or desktop versions. The table is wrapped under the classes which gives it a responsive behavior. The table is divided into header and body, header division contains the column names marked with class “table-header” and body division is made up of rows containing the data for the given columns. By changing the display size of the web page you can see the change in the display of each data. The data of each row is displayed with the column name on to the left side. The CCS style defines the look for each class. Media queries are defined to make the table responsive.
This is an excellent example of highlighting of rows and columns whenever a cell is selected. Here the tables are created with different background color and various looks. The sample data for these tables are already added. Once you hover your mouse on any cell the rows and columns and a row of that particular cell get highlighted. This kind of style is suitable for the large tabular data where the header row is fixed. This kind of highlighting helps to visualize and compare the data along the selected columns and rows. The row highlight is done via CSS styling whereas for columns to get highlighted we need Jquery which adds a column when mouse over and removes a column during mouse out function. Color’s define in CSS as seen when a cell is selected. Ready to use scripts can have a special effect on your tables.
Responsive bootstrap example using HTML5 & CSS3 based which can be used as a template for your website. We have a table with example data on this template. The table is placed in wrapper having Full Name, age, job title, location as column fields. Each row is created for the data. The first row is a header row with column names followed by rows with class defined as cells and data-title defining column name. The CSS defines all the styles for the class. The table also provides highlighting the rows, when selected by the cursor. Fonts, height, padding, background are well defined to match the table and the data displayed in tabular format. CSS also defines media queries, to enable customization of content for a different presentation. For the max-width of 768pixel, the cells are displayed in block format.
This is a classic example of footer used on the website. Footer class used is footer-classic, with a dark background. The Footer is placed in the container, with appropriate rows and columns alignment. The first half is displaying the brand and details of the brand, were as second half contains the contacts and links for other pages of the website. Class social-containers is used to display the links of social sites like Facebook and Instagram. A well-defined CSS gives the style to this footer with padding, margin, opacity defined. This footer example can be used in elaborated business pages, where they have multiple pages of contacts.
This is an example of a Contact Form with Google maps. The google maps and forms are placed in the container. The divisions are equally done to display the map as large as the given form. Contact details contain name details, contact details like email and telephone number and message. The map is displayed in iFrame and the location is set to Colosseum. Once you click on the map it opens you the google map page. FormGroup tag is used to add the FormControls. Font awesome icons are used to represent the contact details. The divisions are well organized and labels are input tags are well styles. The form has validations and checks it before submitting the form. Icons of social sites like Facebook and linked in are placed. These types of forms can be used for e-commerce websites and organization offering services.
This is a snippet of different Login styles, which can be used for a website or portal. The first style is a simple Sign In form with Email and Password as login details. It also displays the link for retrieving a forgotten password and a checkbox for saving password. Two buttons Sign up and log in as displayed. Second login form displays the buttons linked with the login of Twitter and Facebook. The third style displays an icon with input text and some message. The snippet uses Bootstrap 4 and jquery 3.2. All these login forms are placed in card-body. The FormControl and FormGroup elements are used. These forms can be used in an ecommerce website, market place, and booking websites. Entire card is placed in tag of HTML5. It defines some content aside from the content it is placed in. It could also be placed as a sidebar in an article.
This is an excellent and stylish example of a navigation bar with a login form. It contains the navigation bar with menu, dropdowns, search as input and submit button. Along with this at the extreme right, we have login information like Login and Registration details or Form. To create a navigation bar, classes like navbar and navbar-inverse is used. Under the Login details, we have a listed group item as Sign-in form. Bootstrap Navigation is divided into navbarHeader and navbarBrand, and navbarForm. The form contains the login for facebook, twitter buttons to directly connect to social sites, and a login form and “sign in” button. It also contains a checkbox for ‘Keep me log in” and link to sign up. CSS styles are defined for login form and for social sites buttons.