This is a template of a web form with toggle buttons and flip buttons designed HTML and CSS. There are five buttons in this form all of which are given the type ‘checkbox'." Li" element has been used to arrange the boxes in a list view. The body of the form is given a style set of display as flex, min-height as 100%, justify-content as center, align-items as center, flex-direction as column and font-family as sans-serif. The CSS style cursor is set with the value of pointer to make the cursor look like a hand. The flip button has been given a style of display as inline-block, position as absolute, backface-visibility as hidden to hide the back element, background colors of #FF3A19 and #02C66F and a rotation value to apply the flip effect. Similarly, other buttons are also given transition effects according to their checked event. Source: https://codepen.io/mallendeo/pen/eLIiG
This is another example of a form with checkboxes designed using CSS and HTML. The boxes are given the type ‘checkbox'. There are four boxes in the form. The box size is pre-defined with $boxSize: 50. The font type is imported from Google with the URL and the label is set with the styles of font-family as 'Poiret One', cursive. The body of the form is given the styles of background as #123456, display as flex, justify-content as center, flex-direction as column, align-items as center, font-family as 'Poiret One', cursive, height as 100vh, color as #fff, and font-size as 100%. The display style of check input is given as none to hide the elements. The CSS style cursor is set with the value of pointer to make the cursor look like a hand. The box has the styles of background: rgba(#000, 0.3), border-radius: 5px, position: relative, width: #{$boxSize}px, height: #{$boxSize}px and transition: background 300ms ease. Source: https://codepen.io/landb/pen/pRQPNX
This is an example of a responsive checkbox designed with HTML and CSS. The switch is given the type ‘checkbox'. It is a switch that adjusts to the size of the screen. The button has been added with the URL imported to the code. Variables have been used to define colors and fonts to avoid using them again and again in different places. Those variables are $hue: 200, $light: hsl($hue - 40,90%,85%), $base: hsl($hue - 20,10%,70%), $mid: hsl($hue + 20,40%,30%), $dark: hsl($hue + 40,100%,10%) and $sans: 'Open Sans', sans-serif. The body of the form is given a style set of height as 100vh, width as 100vw, background as linear-gradient (lighten ($base, 8%), darken ($base, 8%)) and font-family as $sans. The switch is given a style set of position as fixed, bottom as 8px, right as 8px, font-size as 12px, font-weight as 100, font-family as sans-serif, color as rgba(0,0,0,0.4), and letter-spacing as 2px. Source: https://codepen.io/nathantaylor/pen/jyVeYp
This is an example of a checkbox switcher designed using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS. JavaScript has been used to make sure only two checkboxes of the three are selected at a time. The boxes are given the type ‘checkbox' and named as Cheap, Fast and Good. The font type is imported from Google with the URL and the label is set with the styles of font-family as 'Roboto Condensed', sans-serif, font-size as 15px, cursor as pointer to display the hand cursor, display as none to hide the elements, text-transform as uppercase to automatically convert the text to uppercase and margin as 0 0 25px. In an unchecked event, the styles will be as border-radius: 100px, width and height: 40px, position: absolute, background: white, and box-sizing: border-box, and the font color as black. After a checked event, the color of the background will change to #55e868. Source: https://codepen.io/artyom-ivanov/pen/ggQaLV
This is an example of a simple animated checkbox designed using just CSS and HTML. The box is given the type ‘checkbox' and the name ‘check'. The body of the form is given the styles of background-color as #1790b5, height as 100% and font-family as 'Open Sans', sans-serif. The checkbox has been given the text-align as center, display as table-cell, and position as relative and the cursor as pointer to make the cursor look like a hand on a hover event. The checkbox object has the styles of display as inline-block, position as relative, background-color as transparent, width and height as 25px, border as 2px solid #fff, border-radius as 50% and transition as background-color 150ms 200ms, transform 350ms cubic-bezier(.78,-1.22,.17,1.89). CSS style display has been set to none for the input type to hide the system checkbox. Source: https://codepen.io/north-of-rapture/pen/rWqega
This is another example of a web form with checkboxes and radio buttons designed using CSS, HTML, and JavaScript. JavaScript functions have been used to check the browsers that support and form and provide fallback. Radio buttons have been given the type ‘radio' and the checkboxes ‘checkbox'. Radio buttons have been given the same name to avoid selecting more than one button at a time. The font color has been set with #888 whereas the active color is set to darkorange. The checkbox-size is set to 20px, check-dash to 48 and radio-dot-size to 12px. Variables are used to define values to avoid using values again and again in different places. The display of the checkboxes is set as inline-block and position as relative whereas the display of the radio buttons is set as block and position as absolute. Extra styles have been added to work only in modern browsers. Source: https://codepen.io/TommiTikall/pen/KymYBN