Form is an important element in a website.The recent developments in web 2.0 scenario and the growing quantity of web apps has even make it more important. The most important point in building a form is the usability fact. Form should be easy to understand so that visitors can enter values into the form correctly without getting confused.
In this article we will explain the various techniques, tutorials, examples relating to the modern trends in building web forms to enhance the user experience.
Form Validation Techniques
when users enter values into the form, as the owner of the site must ensure that the value in accordance with the insert is expected, provide information on visitors to the validation before they are sent to the owner of the site
The basic method is to attach to the form’s
onsubmit event, read out all the form elements’ classes and perform validation if required. If a field fails validation, reveal field validation advice and prevent the form from submitting.
This is Ajax form Validation, you can learning how to use AJAX to process and validate your forms.
This validation form is a real-time feedback to users, when they fill out the form, they will know what happened to see the color will appear. Fields that have not been properly will appear red and after validation is going to be green. This will facilitate the user when filling out the form
AJAX/CSS Forms Tutorials
This tutorial will teach you how to make a password strength meter
In this article you will look at step by step how you can use CSS to create attractive and usable forms.
This tutorial will explain stylish file upload inputs via clever use of js and css. This is great tutorial form Shaun Inman.
If you’ve ever confronted the task of validating data in a form, you know about choice. Whether it’s choosing between client side or server-side scripts, or the amount of information a user should see on the screen, the results should always give the user quick and meaningful feedback, while providing a solution for when things go wrong.
In this tutorial you will learn to make an AJAX contact form which leverages modern web development techniques. You will using PHP, CSS and jQuery with the help of the formValidator plugin for form validation and the JQTransform plugin, which will style all the input fields and buttons of the form.
AJAX CSS Form Online Builder
13. Form Assembly
This is A CSS Stylesheet Collection for Web Forms
14. Web Form Factory
Web Form Factory is an open source web form generator . They will automatically generates the necessary backend code to tie your form to a database.
JotForm is the First Web Based WYSIWYG Form Builder. Create and publish web forms using your browser. Its drag and drop user interface makes form building doable for anybody that wants to do it
Wufoo is HTML form builder helps you create contact forms, online surveys, and invitations so you can collect the data, registrations and online payments you need without writing a single line of code.
FormLogix is an online form builder tool for creating web databases and web forms. FormLogix is a WYSIWYG tool and it requires zero coding skills. It enables a user to easily create web forms and web databases such as: Contact us forms, Feedback forms, Events registration forms, Surveys, online Polls, Order forms, Invitations, CRM
Phpform is free form builder . You can create online forms quickly and there are many color options available form
FormSpring’s is easy form builder that make companies and organizations an easy to create some form online to begin the integration with the web site and data collection
Icebrrg can easily create any kind of online forms for websites and blogs – no programming skills or special skills needed.
AJAX CSS Form Best Examples
24. Ajax Chained Select – demo
25. Instant Edit
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Yanuar Prisantoso is a 25 year old web developer in Onebitmedia, he has experience in the web design and web development industry and posts articles and very interested about jQuery and interactive on his blog, Denbagus. You can follow on Twitter or contact him through his website.