Contact is very very important for any web presence. It might be useful for your visitors or strangers to get in touch with you regarding anything, just to say hello or for advertising on your site or for acquiring it for good value. Having contact form is important, but it doesn’t keep you stand out of crowd if you have a simple traditional one.
Using the power of jQuery, you can make simple and yet effective contact forms. Here we showcased 10 simple and effective contact form styles for your inspiration… Hope you’ll enjoy going through…
The HTML layout of the contact form is very simple. You have your ‘normal’ webpage, whatever that may be. Somewhere within your website you’ll have a link with a class of modal.
Here’s an implementation of a contact form with PHP and jQuery. Usually, one would only want the message posted by the user to be sent to an email address. This script does that and also saves all these messages in the database for the admin to keep track of them. The table ...
The idea is not to leave the page when the user goes to another form but instead make the new form appear within the same container, expanding or contracting to the dimensions of the new form. ...
All you need is jQuery. No plugins are necessary for this to work, and it is only 2kb of extra code in addition to the jQuery library. This also works on all browsers, IE6 and up
We are 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. In addition we are using the PHPMailer class to send out the contact form emails.
create a simple contact form using XHTML CSS, PHP, and jQuery. The Aim of this article is to show some of the nice CSS 3 style properties such as adding Background Gradient, Corners and Borders to Form Elements.
Submit a contact form that sends an email, without page refresh using jQuery! (The actual email is sent with a php script that processes in the background). Let’s get started.
The image below shows the layout of our goal. In the upper right corner of the content is “Contact us” link. When the user clicks on it, the contact form will slide down. When the user submits the form they will get a message that their message has been sent successfully and within two seconds, the entire form will slide up.
This typewriter can actually be utilized as a brilliant contact form to place on your different projects. The tutorial will guide you across the different programming stages, so please set your Dreamweaver, Notepad++ or whatever media you utilize.
Author Bio - Lief is a creative designer, blogger and iPhone app developer. He works for several companies as freelancer contributing brushes, filters and helping designers across blogosphere. He currently works for 123ContactForm.com, a online form builder to make awesome custom forms at 1-2-3-GO Concept.