Sunday, November 12th, 2006

Collection of CSS Forms

Category: CSS, UI

Smashing Magazine has scoured the web for modern CSS based forms.

In Web 2.0 registration and feedback forms can be found everywhere. Every start-up tries to attract visitors’ attention, so web-forms are becoming more and more important for the success of еру company. In the end, exactly those web-forms are responsible for the first contact with potential customers. Let’s take a look, which modern solutions a web-developer can use, designing his/her next css-based form.

Field Hint Form

Posted by Dion Almaer at 11:45 pm
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Pingback by oriolmorell.cat » Formularis amb CSS — November 13, 2006

I glad to see information tips under input boxes. Very nice, and good for usability.

Comment by remha — November 13, 2006

Unless you are dead set on wanting to code your own forms, I would suggest that WuFoo might be the best choice out there. This nifty web application was created by the guys over at Particletree with support from yCombinator.

The features are too numerous to describe here, but let me say, it is an end to end solution with hosting, data collection, and custom report formatting. You can also embed the form in your own site giving you even more control over its design.

They also have some interesting form theory information on their blogs at http://www.particletree.com and http://www.wufoo.com/blogs

(no, I am not in any way affiliated with WuFoo….just an enthusiastic user)

Comment by Ken B. — November 13, 2006

Oops… http://www.wufoo.com/blog

Sorry :)

Comment by Ken B. — November 13, 2006

Thanks, this was exactly what I was looking for

Comment by Rafael — November 13, 2006

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