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?
FancyForm is a powerful checkbox replacement script used to provide the ultimate flexibility in changing the appearance and function of HTML form elements. It’s accessible, easy to use and degrades gracefully on all older, non-supporting browsers.
Pretty checkboxes with jQuery
I was working on a project recently where form checkboxes were required, but the standard UI would not do. I needed something a little more engaging. So in this short tut, I’ll show how to turn this…
jQuery UI: Radiobutton- und Checkbox-Replacement
jQuery Checkbox v.1.3.0
Lightweight custom styled checkbox implementaion for jQuery 1.2.x and 1.3.x or later.
Ever wanted those flash iPhone on/off toggle switches on your webpage? Love jQuery? Well then I’ve got something special for you. iphone-style-checkboxes implements the iPhone toggles as replacements for standard HTML checkboxes. Simply run the script and your site will be updated with these specialized controls. Best of all, the underlying checkbox is not touched and backend system will never know the difference. The change is purely visual.
jQuery UI checkbox
A checkbox and radio button replacement which uses no images other than jQuery UI Themeroller icons, and VML/SVG to get a rounded box on IE/Opera. The style changes with the theme switcher, although it requires a special event for IE/Opera to keep up (see the demo). However, some styles look nicer than others – the default style is too light. Tested in IE 6/7/8, FF 3.x, Safari 3.x/4.x, Opera 9 and Chrome.
This script is for people who wants to have a consistent look for checkboxes across browser or those who simply want them to look better. By using this script you wont loose any of the regular inputs usability.
This plugin is a jQuery checkbox and form styling plugin wich allows you to skin form elements.
Radio Button Replacement With Style
Web forms. Everybody knows web forms. Each day we have to fill in some information in a web form, be it a simple login to your webmail application, an online purchase, or signing up for a website. They are the basic, and pretty much the only way of gathering information on the web.