This is another template for a bootstrap subscribe newsletter web form inside modal, designed using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. JavaScript functions have been used to implement displaying functions. Bootstrap style sheets including the fonts and icons are imported to the form with their URLs. The body of the form is given a font-family of 'Varela Round', sans-serif whereas the form is given the styles color as #999, width as 625px, and font-size as 15px. The header title is given the styles of color as #000, font-size as 30px, and font-weight as bold. The close button on top is given a font-size of 24px, and opacity of 0.5, which changes to 0.8 in a hover event. The subscribe button is given the styles of color as #fff, background as #f95858; transition as all 0.4s, line-height as normal, padding as 6px 20px, and min-width as 150px. In a hover event, the color of the button changes to #f72222.
This is a template for a bootstrap subscribe newsletter web form inside modal, designed using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. JavaScript functions have been used to implement displaying functions. Bootstrap style sheets including the fonts and icons are imported to the form with their URLs. The body of the form is given a font-family of 'Varela Round', sans-serif whereas the form is given the styles color as #999, and font-size as 15px. The header title is given a style set of color as #000, text-align as center, font-size as 30px, margin as 0 0 25px, font-weight as bold, and text-transform as capitalize to make the first letter of each word capital. The close button on top is given a color of #c0c3c8, and an opacity of 0.5, which changes to 0.8 in a hover event. The color of the icon is set as #7265ea whereas the subscribe button has the styles of color as #fff, border-radius as 4px, background as #7265ea, and transition as all 0.4s. The background color of the icon changes to #4e3de4 in a hover event.
This is an example for a newsletter subscription designed using HTML and CSS. The background colors have been set by the use of CSS style background with the URL of the image added. Google font has been imported by adding its URL and the @import class in CSS to display text. The media queries have been used in the CSS to implement the responsive styles to the HTML based on the screen of the user. The button hover effects are added to the HTML by the use of the hover class in CSS styles and adding the background color on the mouse hover. The background element in CSS has been used to set up the image and it will be on the top at all times regardless of the screen height as it is set as top and fixed. To convert the text to uppercase automatically, CSS style text-transform has been used with the value set to uppercase. Source: https://codepen.io/shamim539/pen/grqREx
This is a template for a subscribe section in a newsletter designed using HTML and CSS. The background colors have been set by the use of CSS style background with the URL of the image added. Google font has been imported by adding its URL and the @import class in CSS to display text. The media queries have been used in the CSS to implement the responsive styles to the HTML based on the screen of the user. The button hovers effects have been added to the HTML with the use of the hover class in CSS styles. Source: https://codepen.io/JSilva1/pen/wyBQQx?page=8
This is an example of a signup form in a newsletter with HTML and pure CSS. The background colors have been set by the use of CSS style background with its values set to blue (#1e46c2). Google font has been imported by adding its URL and the @import class in CSS to display text. CSS style transition has been used to implement the slide in animations. The image has been set with the use of the img element in HTML by setting the image URL as the src of the element. The color of the panel is set as #416efe while the border-radius value is set to 5px and the position of the value as relative to get the circle shape. Source: https://codepen.io/encoder_decoder/pen/rKqxBb?page=7
This is a template for a newsletter form designed using HTML, CSS and JavaScript. The background images have been set up by adding the URL of the images. The media queries have been used to dynamically change the CSS styles of the element based on the screen resolution of the user. The JavaScript function has been used to expand the paragraphs on a click event. CSS style “display” has been used with the value block to display the HTML block values and to the same style has been used with a none value to hide the content. Source: https://codepen.io/tjstoll/pen/pOXdWW?page=6