Fr. Thomas Chennat





Death: 27-05-2017

Let’s face it, HTML forms are integral part of the web, it’s a powerful and crucial tool for interacting with users. But without some styling and positioning, forms just look awful! So, how do you make it appealing and presentable? This is where the CSS comes into play. In this article I’ve compiled 10 Form styles which you can directly copy and use it on your website projects.

These forms look great on all modern browsers, but may require some tweaking on old browsers. Some forms here do not have labels, they rely on HTML5 placeholder attribute, unfortunately older browsers do not support this. So, if you are worried about it, you can use placeholder alternatives such as Placeholders.js.