Looking for custom checkbox UI styles for your website? Take a look during a CSS Checkbox Library hosted for giveaway on GitHub.
This large library supports dozens of styles for checkbox items, such as sliders, on/off designs, circles squares among many other shapes.
You get full entrance to a HTML/CSS code, so it’s a zephyr to get it adult and using on your site. Not to discuss it’s also entirely open-sourced and available for both personal and blurb projects.
To get started, we can revisit a GitHub repo and download all files locally to your machine. Or, we can implement a library around npm.
By default, every checkbox character comes with a possess class. The
checkboxes.min.css stylesheet has all we need, so if that’s enclosed in your page afterwards you’re all set.
Every checkbox character supports complicated browsers and many legacy browsers, including IE9+.
The workflow for this library is maybe a simplest I’ve ever seen. Once we have a stylesheet combined to your page, only dig by all a styles on a main demo and see what stands out.
From there, we can collect whatever works best. Clicking a HTML symbol displays a modal with a source formula for that checkbox. Now, only copy/paste it into your site, give it a correct name/value (if applicable), and you’re all set!
No hassle, really small customization, and fundamentally no coding skills required.
You’ll notice each checkbox character comes in both a light and dim theme, for larger support. This means we should have no difficulty anticipating a checkbox that fits with your website. Plus, we can use additional classes such as
.ckbx-xlarge to boost a size.
With 25+ opposite styles and many opposite animations, we have to contend this CSS Checkbox Library is impressive. Great for any frontend developer looking to save time in their workflow and improve a UI pattern of any web form.