If you’re looking to collect information from your users, there isn’t a much easier or more straightforward method than a Web form. If designed well, Web forms provide valuable information; if not, they may scare users away. With this in mind, here are 15 Stylish CSS Form Templates.
Sleek CSS3 forms, as you might guess, do not use any images at all, just awesome CSS3 techniques. These forms can be used as login, register, contact or even modal forms.
Slick Contact form is a professional form that you can easily implement into your website to allow your visitors to contact you. One simple modification from you in order to get it working, and that is changing the default e-mail to your e-mail in order to receive the submissions.
CSS3 Form Pack features a large collection of form styles that are used regularly in websites. You get Search Forms, Login Forms, Contact Forms and General Form styles. Further all these forms are available in Dark and Light coloured versions, so you get a total of 224 form styles! The login, contact and general forms also have focus and validation error styles defined in the css.
Amp Forms is a stylish form set that looks good and functions well in all browsers, even Internet Explorer 7 & 8.
Complex template of HTML /CSS contact form. Available in 4 cool styles with many additional options.
Precisely designed and coded Fresh Forms. Great for any kind of website, very practical. The top one is 100% transparent so you can also place it on texture background.
This is clean and pleasant designed login & register HTML user interface with error handling and social buttons.
As designers, we are used to having quite a bit of control over how things are displayed in a browser. Sure, differing rendering engines don’t always agree on everything, but for the most part we can at least find ways to mitigate variance through workarounds, or by writing for the lowest common denominator.
Download, customize and use this HTML Mailing List template from the Wufoo Form Gallery on your website.
Coded in HTML5 and CSS3, which gracefully degrades in olders browsers. Intially this Elegant login form was created by Orman of Premium Pixel back in October 2010.