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Supun Kavinda
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Feb 13, 2024 ⋅ 7 min read

How to style forms with CSS: A beginner’s guide

Supun Kavinda I started as a self-taught PHP developer before creating my own company, Hyvor. I am particularly interested in physics and machine learning.

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7 Replies to "How to style forms with CSS: A beginner’s guide"

  1. missing `label > input[type=checkbox] + span` and related for styling checkbox and radio input… by practice, I will wrap them in a label, and separate the text for the label next to the input element.

  2. It is an amazing post and you explained in a detailed way. Nice to see this here. I will bookmark your blog for more details. Keep sharing the new things like this.

  3. This beginner-friendly guide to styling forms with CSS is incredibly helpful. It breaks down the process into easy-to-follow steps, making it accessible for web developers at any level.

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