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Ever wondered how you could style form elements like checkboxes, radiobuttons and select-fields in a way you like? You tried hard using the most ass-kicking XHTML/CSS tricks, but didn't succeed without stuffing unnesscesary tags into your sleek sourcecode? Not to speak of the browsers and their "special abilities" in evaluating CSS.
Now this is for you! CFE finally found their way to SourceForge.net and allow you to style your forms individually!
Sometimes you want to show your user the strength of their password and although there a quite a few jQuery plugins that do this there are none that I have found that let you set the class of an element so that you can do a graphical representation of the strength.
Did you ever have the need to prevent users from entering certain characters into your form
This plugin allow you to restric certain characters in your html inputs
* Your original dropdown is safe, so your form post will not be messed.
* An image can be inserted with your text. Each option can have an image.
* You may covert all combobox as image combobox, you may convert by id, multiple ids, or by wild card. We'll see that in example.
* Its possible to repopulate the data. You can also Enabled/Disabled your dropdown. Now with the object control.
* Almost all events are working.
Digg.com is one of the most popular social networking sites, allowing you to discover and share the content all over the web. In this tutorial we are going to simulate their signup form, with unique features such as their dynamic tooltips that give you a hint on each field that is to be filled. The same approach will be adopted for displaying validation messages.
Magicpreview automatically updates selected elements on a page based on form fields. Perfect for previewing forms.
ToggleVal gives you the option to populate the default text of form fields (in a few different ways), and will then toggle the default value when the field receives and loses keyboard focus.
If you ever saw how products like Microsoft CRM look like you probably noticed there are input fields that have "embedded" image buttons inside them. If your clients saw that, there is a probability that they will want to have it in their applications.
Whether you agree or not, here is how you can do it easily. So easily that you will have to add just a few lines of code and enable this feature in entire application.