Updated on Nov 12, 2021

Advanced JQuery forms

Form fields from inputs, text areas to segmented controls & switches can be used in creating varied forms for event creation, edit and much more. Build custom forms for mobile, desktop with the responsive grid layout or render them in popups & modals for add/edit screens.

jQuery Forms Forms for jQuery and jQuery Mobile

Forms - Mobile form

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Easily create single column layouts and render mobile forms using the various form elements like buttons, inputs, radio buttons and more.

Use the global settings to set the theme, localization options and everything that should be the same across your app.

Building for larger screens?  See how to make forms for tablets & desktops →

Forms - Inline desktop form

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Inline desktop form
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Use the grid layout to create single and multiple column forms suited for medium and large screens. Don't go overboard with too many columns but make use of the available horizontal space on bigger screens.

Use the global settings for setting the theme, localization options and everything that should be consistent across your app.

Forms - Responsive form

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Build in responsiveness into your jquery form using the grid layout. Define how the form elements behave across multiple screen sizes.

  • The column widths will adapt to the screen size based on the predefined .mbsc-col-{breakpoint}-{size} classes.
  • The examples are using the .mbsc-col-md-6, .mbsc-col-lg-6 and .mbsc-col-lg-3 classes.
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Forms - Inside a modal

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When working with the event calendar you will usually want to show an add/edit from in a popup rather than render it directly into the page markup. Simply configure the popup and add your form fields to it.

Interested in add/edit screens for events?  Check out this example of a fully functional event form →

Forms - Alert, confirm & prompt

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Alert, confirm & prompt
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Use the alert, confirm and prompt messages to pop a message box in the middle of the screen. Alert the user or collect feedback at the same time. These controls cannot be dismissed by pressing the overlay, which avoids closing it by mistake.

Forms - Toast & snackbar

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Use toast and snackbars to post updates to the users without interrupting them. These notifications can be top/bottom positioned and come in different colors.

Forms - Buttons

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Use the buttons on any mobile and desktop form or page. The buttons come with several rendering modes and styles. Use it as:

  • fluid-width buttons (the buttons grow with their content)
  • justified
  • full width buttons

Icon support is built in along with three different styles:

  • filled buttons
  • flat buttons
  • outlined buttons
Customize the look & feel:  See how to apply color presets →

Forms - Segmented

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Use the segmented control to render multiple-choice lists with single or multiple select. Use it as tabs, as a compact multi-choice UI instead of a checklist and even as an alterantive to a radio buttons or a select.

Break the monotony of event add/edit forms by mixing it in with other inline fields.

Interested in add/edit screens for events?  Check out how the segmented can be used in an event form →

Forms - Stepper

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Use the stepper to enable controlled increasing and decreasing of values. Configure the steps and choose to provide an input for manual entry.

Forms - Colors

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Use presets with pre-defined colors on top of the theme colors. Every theme ships with eight customizable presets that can be used across various components including buttons, segmented and steppers:

  • Primary         
  • Secondary         
  • Success         
  • Danger         
  • Warning         
  • Info         
  • Light         
  • Dark         
Customize the colors or use your own colors:  Learn how to change the Sass variables for the presets →

Forms - Field types

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Use the input styling in desktop and mobile forms. The inputs feature three styles:

  • Underline
  • Box
  • Outline

Besides that, you can pick from three label types: inline, stacked and floating labels.

Play around and combine different input types with various label positions to find out what fits you best.

While Mobiscroll doesn’t provide built-in validation, it provides styling for error messages, disabled fields, labels and more. See how the fields look in different themes by changing it dynamically from the floating action bar on the right.

Forms - Customize the input

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Customize the input
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The three input styles: underline, box and outline can be combined with three label styles: stacked, inline or floating. Try different combinations to find what's right for you.

Forms - Checkbox

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Use checkboxes for multiple choice lists or properties or true/false properties of an event. Different color presets are available.

Forms - Switch

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Use the switch for turning options and setting fields on/off. Different color presets are available.

Forms - Radio buttons

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Set up radio-button lists for mutually exclusive value selection. Different color presets are available.

Forms - Theming capabilities

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Forms can be themed and customized. There are four levels of customization:

  • Base themes: Choose between iOS, Material and Windows.
  • Light or dark: Every theme has a light and dark variant. Setting the themeVariant to 'auto' will switch based on system settings.
  • Custom themes: Use the theme builder to customize the colors and make it match your brand.
  • Custom Sass and CSS: If you need further customization, the sky is the limit with Sass and CSS overrides.

You can also see how the other demos look by changing the theme in the floating action bar on the right side (not this example, the themes are hardcoded here).

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Copy the downloaded JS and CSS folders into your project

Extract the downloaded zip (download again) and grab the two folders. Make sure to place it where it can be reached from your html file.

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