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Style the Look & Feel of Form Elements with Uniform

Posted · Category: Forms, MIT License

Have you ever wished you could style checkboxes, drop down menus, radio buttons, and file upload inputs? Ever wished you could control the look and feel of your form elements between all browsers? If so, Uniform is your new best friend.

Uniform masks your standard form controls with custom themed controls. It works in sync with your real form elements to ensure accessibility and compatibility. You can also look at Niceforms that gives your forms new themes.

uniform

Requirements: jQuery Framework 1.3+
Demo: http://pixelmatrixdesign.com/uniform/
License: MIT License

4 Comments
  • http://fedmich.com/life fedmich

    Nice, I’ll try and play with this now. thanks

  • http://www.cluboholic.com kyriakos

    really nice

    thanks

  • http://www.karbon12.com Serge

    This looks very nice, my only gripe with it is that it takes long to style the forms. When you initially load or refresh, you can see the plain style. I’ve tried other jQuery-based form styles and they load much faster. Intel Core 2 Duo T7500, 4GB RAM, Firefox 3.6.

  • Steven Lachance

    Looks fantastic!
    However I am very much a beginner in this kind of coding and am unsure how to use the script!
    I apologize up front for being a newbie, but where do we actually ‘call’ the script? The files are uploaded and all, but where do I put this piece of code:
    $(function(){ $(‘select’).uniform(); });

    Thanks for any help!

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