This is an example of a web form with radio buttons with hopping animations, designed using HTML, CSS, and Bootstrap framework 4. The body of the form is given a style set of background color as #f1f1f1, font color as #171717, display as flex, font as 1em Ubuntu, sans-serif, height as 100vh, line-height as 1.5, and padding as 1.5em 0. The animation timing, duration, and colors are predefined as $wormDur: 0.4s, $radioDur: 0.2s, $timing1: cubic-bezier(0.45,0.05,0.55,0.95), $timing2: cubic-bezier(0.5,0,0.5,2), and $shadowColor: rgba(0,0,0,0.2). The label of the radio button is given the styles of $shadowColor as rgba(0,0,0,0.2), cursor style as pointer to get the hand cursor effect in a hover event, font-weight as bold, text-shadow as 0 0.1em 0.1em $shadowColor, transition as color $radioDur $timing1, and margin-bottom as 1.5em. The radio button and the labels take the color of #2762f3 in the active mode. Media queries have been used to increase the responsiveness of the form. Source: https://codepen.io/jkantner/pen/rNaPadg
This is an example of a form with radio buttons with animations, designed using HTML, CSS, and Bootstrap framework 4. The type of buttons is defined as radio. The background image is imported to the code with its URL, whereas media queries have been used to increase the responsiveness of the form. The body of the form is given a style set of position as 50% 50%, color as #381803, display as flex, font as 1em Nunito, sans-serif, height as 100vh, and line-height as 1.5. The buttons are given the styles of max-width as 10em, padding as 1.5em 0, position as relative, and border-radius as 50% to get the circle shape. The button label is given the styles of cursor as pointer to get the hand cursor effect, display as flex, letter-spacing as 0.1em, width and height as 1.5em, box-shadow as 0 0 0.75em #000 inset and text-transform as uppercase to convert the text to uppercase. The color of the radio button ball is set as #2762f3. The radio ball is given a wobble effect as wobble# {$s} 0.5s linear forwards. Source: https://codepen.io/jkantner/pen/oNXjjZM
This is an example of a web form with radio buttons with hopping animations, designed using HTML, CSS, and Bootstrap framework 4. Media queries have been used to increase the responsiveness of the form. The body of the form is given a style set of background as #f1f1f1, color as #171717, display as flex, font as 1em Ubuntu, sans-serif, height as 100vh, line-height as 1.5, and padding as 1.5em 0. The animation timing, duration, and colors are predefined as $wormDur: 0.4s, $radioDur: 0.2s, $timing1: cubic-bezier(0.45,0.05,0.55,0.95), $timing2: cubic-bezier(0.5,0,0.5,2), and $shadowColor: rgba(0,0,0,0.2). The label of the radio button has the styles of $shadowColor as rgba(0,0,0,0.2), cursor as pointer to get the hand cursor effect, font-weight as bold, text-shadow as 0 0.1em 0.1em $shadowColor, transition as color $radioDur $timing1, and margin-bottom as 1.5em. Once checked, the radio button and the labels take the color #2762f3. Source: https://codepen.io/jkantner/pen/rNaPadg
This is an example of a toggle buttons layout with animations, designed using CSS, HTML, and Bootstrap framework 4. The icons and CSS animations are imported to the code with their URLs. Media queries have been used to increase the responsiveness of the form. There are eight toggle button containers named as Normal, Transparent, Yes & No, Gravity, Pancake Stacks, Doggo Wants a Treat, Kobe Bryant Tribute, and Beer Pong. The body of the form is given a background color of #2e394d. The eight toggle button containers are given eight different background colors which are #dec387, #de8797, #87aade, #c5de87, #87ded2, #c487de, #de8787, and #decf87. The name of the toggle button has the styles of font as 500 14px 'Rubik', sans-serif, letter-spacing as .5px, text-transform as uppercase, and text-shadow as 0 1px 1px rgba(0,0,0,0.4). The toggle button is given the styles of width as 7em, background as #2e394d, height as 3em, border-radius as 50px, transition as all .3s ease, transform-origin as 20% center, and cursor as pointer. The toggle buttons are given different animation styles to work on a checked event. Source: https://codepen.io/oliviale/pen/xxboXzo
This is an example of a bootstrap toggle button with animations, designed using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Bootstrap framework 4. The fonts and icons are imported to the code with their URLs. JavaScript functions have been used to implement toggle features. The body of the form is given the styles of font-family as 'Lora', serif, and color as #303030. The night label is given an opacity value of 0.2. The toggle button is given a cursor style as pointer to get the hand cursor effect in a hover event. The day section of the toggle button is given a background color of #61b9e5, which changes to #d0edff, when the button switches to night, with a transform value of translate(-2 -2). The night section of the toggle button is given a background color of #004373, whereas the stars are given a background color of #fff5a6. The background color of the form turns to #b0b0b9 when the switch is turned to night event. Source: https://codepen.io/ste-vg/pen/oNgrYOb
This is another example of a bootstrap card view with pricing cards, toggle buttons, and hover effects, designed using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS. JavaScript functions have been used to implement the toggle feature. Bootstrap fonts and styles are imported to the form with their URLs. The web form is given the styles of font-family as "Montserrat", sans-serif, background color of #8d97ad, and font-weight as 300. The h1 to h6 sections are given a color of #3e4555 and a font-weight of 500, whereas the background color of the form is set to #f4f8fa. The subtitle is given the styles of color as #8d97ad, line-height as 24px, and font-size as 14px. The title of the card is given a font-size of 18px and a line-height of 22px. The cards take a transform effect of scale (1.05) with a transition value of 0.1s, in a hover event. Three choose plan buttons are given the color #2cdd9b and also the linear gradient color of that, for the browsers that support linear gradient colors. In a hover event, the color of the button switch between #2cdd9b and #1dc8cc. The other button is given a gradient color based #ff4d7e, which switches between #ff4d7e and #ff6a5b, in a hover event.