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Style your forms with jQuery

By: OSH Editorial    In: Forms jQuery

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Almost every site has one, one to email, or one to place comments or submit something. No you can transform the basic forms to something nice with this jQuery plugin. Just add a line of jQuery code and this plugin will transform the forms into something nice.

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June 22, 2009

Any plugin for mootools to decorate the form?

The Hunter

June 22, 2009

@Kenneth -
I have seen some but i dont where, i will try to find them.



August 10, 2009

For MooTools there is this:
It’s wonderful. Too bad there’s nothing as good for jQuery, I’ve looked.
jqTransform just doesn’t cut it, no keyboard support, in fact, worse than that, shortcuts that are standard for forms do unexpected things on it. Horrible.

The Hunter

August 10, 2009

@phazei -
Looks good, thanks for sharing ;)


September 15, 2009

Thanks for the nice form!
BTW, I found that the input width isn’t under control in Safari 4.


October 10, 2009

It does not work with jquery tabs

The Hunter

October 10, 2009

@Suraj -
I dont know, i didn’t try it, when i use tabs i use jquery ui to style them.

Joghn Secada

November 29, 2009


Man! Look this form style plugin! It`s the most complete form style plugin! Works at IE 6 7 8, Safari (win and mac), firefox (win and mac), Opera, Chrome…

The Hunter

December 4, 2009

@Joghn Secada -
look pretty good!


December 4, 2009

@Joghn Secada
Looks great, but poor keyboard support. Also requires ‘enter’ to be pressed instead of space bar for check boxes.

René Pardon

May 6, 2010

Great Script!!

Jan Czibula

June 5, 2010

Awsome man :) Thx

Faruque Rahman

March 4, 2011

Very nice. i like it.

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