This is an example of a web form with a responsive image slider with a search bar with three input search, designed using HTML, and CSS. The bootstrap styles and images are imported to the form with their URLs. A carousel class has been used to implement the image slider and a button class has been used to implement the buttons. The search placeholders are given the styles of display as block, width as 100%, font-size as 0.875rem, line-height as 1.5, color as #55595c, background-color as #fff, border as 1px solid #ccc, height as calc(3rem + 2px) !important, and border-radius as 0. The search button has the styles of width as 100%, font-size as 16px, font-weight as 400, text-transform as capitalize to make the first letter of the text uppercase, height as calc(3rem + 2px) !important, and border-radius as 0 whereas the background color for the search section is set as #1A4668.
credits - https://codepen.io/MilanMilosev/pen/JdgRpB
credits - https://codepen.io/kristyjy/pen/zGOXYb
This is an example for a search button designed with HTML and CSS. The complete page background class has been set with the value of #252525, the width and the height as 100%. In order to hide the text input field, the input type of text element is used with different values to occur on different states. When it is initially loaded, the width is set to 50px which means it will be on the bottom layer of the search button. On the event of focus, it will set the width to 300px which will make it visible to the user. The placeholder of the text field has been set with the use of the placeholder CSS class, setting the color as white, opacity as 0.5 and font weight as bolder. The shade of the text box has been implemented with the values of 0 0 25px 0 crimson, 0 20px 25px 0 rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.2) set to the box shadow class.