This is a stunning example of a travel agency website with an engaging background and a simple booking form which can elevate your web presence. The image background is displayed that ensures a top-notch user experience. A form has a field for location, date pickers, number of travelers and action button. The element is divided into header and container. The header displays two small images which are at extreme positions. The form is placed under the container. The CSS for classes addresses each and every element used for this template. Javascript is mainly added to pick the date in a particular format. The quantity field is validated for numbers greater than 0. Overall you can tweak this web page to get it on your travel agency website.
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 example of adding Login Form in Modal. Bootstrap contains a Modal component, They are Modals are built with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. They’re positioned over everything else in the document and remove scroll from the so that modal content scrolls instead. Clicking on the modal “backdrop” will automatically close the modal. Bootstrap only supports one modal window at a time. Nested modals aren’t supported as we believe them to be poor user experiences. Whenever possible, place your modal HTML in a top-level position to avoid potential interference from other elements. You’ll likely run into issues when nesting a .modal within another fixed element. ModelContent is divided into modelHeader, modal-body, and ModalFooter. ModalBody contains the form and registration details whereas the ModalHeader contains header details. Form and registration details are added in two columns in a row. This does not use the modal footer.
Dual Form or Multiple login forms or sign up / reset password or login options tabbed form tabbed. Forms in one panel for easy navigation designed magnificently and is absolutely FREE to download and ready to Use it in your Business website. This Widget template is designed using HTML5 and CSS3 and is super Responsive. The mono-color background and sharp Panels complement each other. The forms are placed in an equally divided column in one row. We can have the same or different input fields. This form contains the same fields placed side by side with contract design. The CSS style is the same for text and buttons for both forms, the only difference is the background color are different for these forms.
Dual Form or Multiple login forms or sign up / reset password or login options tabbed form tabbed. Forms in one panel for easy navigation designed magnificently and is absolutely FREE to download and ready to Use it in your Business website. This Widget template is designed using HTML5 and CSS3 and is super Responsive. The mono-color background and sharp Panels complement each other. The forms are placed in equally divided column in one row. We can have same or different input fields. This form contains the same fields placed side by side with contract design. The CSS style is same for text and buttons for both forms, the only difference is the background color are different for these forms.
This is a Poll-in survey form, where we have created a CSS style to match the outlook for the form and javascript to transfer data using HTML “post” request. We will start by creating the container using class “container”. This is responsible for flexible behavior of the form. We will then create a form using the “Post” method of HTTPRequest and using the REST API framework. The Form is divided into field set. The first fieldset contains “Personal Information” whereas the second contains “Survey” information. Controls like text box, options, labels are used. CCS style defines the looks of each control. A keyframe is defined during submit, it defines the rules for animation code. Once the user clicks on submit, javascript is used to collect the data and post it using ajax function. Once the HttpRequest is created we call the callback functions.