Have you ever wondered about the forms that you have to fill up when you browsing through certain websites, or when you login to a certain online account? Personally, I find them to be a hassle most of the time and I see the deed as something necessary but never put much thought into it. One would probably fill up the necessary form or go through the necessary steps and leave it as it is, but has anyone of us give a thought as to how these forms were created, the process that goes behind it or perhaps ways that might improve these online forms?
Online forms were something that is created to collect necessary information from a business’s customers and each form is designed in a specific manner to fulfill the requirements of each business. Some will create a simple form only asking for contact details, username and passwords; where as some require more input fields such as address, preference and comments. For this reason, many people are turning to jQuery forms as an alternative to spice things up. jQuery form plugins can help make your HTML forms stand out from the crowd, an alternative for building beautiful forms instead of the old and traditional forms in the market. Not only that, jQuery form plugins is easy to use and can help you upgrade your HTML forms into AJAX.
For this post we have compiled a variation of different type of jQuery plugins that we find useful for our readers. Our collections here showcase the different jQuery forms each specially designed for a specific purpose. Some of these jQeury forms plugins focus on styling allowing you to change the appearance of your forms and also to help make sure that your forms appears the same across all web browsers. The other popular plugin is the validation plugins, these jQuery plugins helps to provide secure connection as well as info and password validation and makes it convenient to both web operator and viewers as well. Other forms of jQuery forms that is also included into our compilation are such those that features the auto-complete feature, calendar that ranges from time, daily, weekly to monthly calendar selections; and also not forgetting the popular drop-down feature that provides the user and viewers with different choice selections. All these featured jQuery form plugins here allows the user to customize their settings allowing them to create and customize the forms to their own needs. We hope our little collection will help give you some idea on the different types of jQuery forms that are currently available and help you build the form that you need.
The highlighting function increases usability of a page.
A dropdown menu that allow users to select from several options.
Make Image buttons a part of input fields
Embed images inside the input fields.
An extension to help provide a more pleasant way to prompt a user for input.
A styling plugin that allows you to change skin form elements.
jQuery Password Strength Meter
A plugin that provides a smart algorithm that shows the strength of the input.
The jQuery Tooltip
Provides a handy feature depending upon the type of usage a person might intend it for.
Simple jQuery Date Picker
A simple date picker script.
AutoSuggest jQuery Plugin
A lightweight jQuery plugin that makes auto-completing easier.
jQuery autosave plug-in
Designed to save the progress of forms so that users won’t lose their inputs when something goes wrong.
jQuery auto-tabbing and filter plugin
Provides smart auto-tabbing and filtering on text fields in a form.
Allows one to easily upload multiple files without refreshing the page.
A plugin that helps you create a contact form in no time at all.
jQuery UI Slider from a Select Element
A plugin that uses a progressive enhancement to scrape the data from a selected element to generate a slider.
Allows you to add or remove the hotkeys or code in almost any combination.
For people who wants to have a consistent look for checkboxes across several different browsers.
jQuery Validation Plugin
A form set to display an alert into of submitting the form.
A form that combines FormCheck2 for fields validation and NiceForms to style tech fields and textareas.
The labels remains in the box till the user starts keying in their input.