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I am looking for some resources to design visually pleasing HTML forms. I can write the CSS, so even examples would be great.

Any recommendations?

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closed as off topic by Jack, Farray Mar 5 '12 at 16:32

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Google about "beautiful HTML forms" there are so many perfect Examples for this situation.. – Jack Mar 5 '12 at 4:41
Please note that "Brainstorming or idea gathering" are off topic per the FAQ. – Farray Mar 5 '12 at 16:32

This might give you an idea:

There are few things to consider when re-designing form elements:

You need figure out if all of your form elements can truly be modified by CSS only. Some form elements can't be designed/changed (file browse element for example). You are pretty much stuck with browser default look/feel if your form has file browse input.

There are plenty of alternative methods to style form elements by using JavaScript plug-ins:

Though I would avoid relying on JS to re-style forms. Mainly because browser compatibility is always going to be problem.

I am not allowed to post more links but search Smashing Magazine with keywords 'form design' you get plenty of links.

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