Simple Checkbox

Upgrade your user interface with our sleek checkbox UI component, designed for HTML and CSS.

Our Checkbox UI Component provides a refined solution for enhancing user selections within your HTML and CSS interface. Designed with both style and functionality in mind, our checkboxes offer a seamless blend of aesthetics and usability, ensuring a delightful user experience.

Crafted to complement various design styles, our checkboxes feature clean lines, subtle animations, and customizable visual elements. Whether you're implementing single checkboxes or multi-select options, our component offers flexibility and versatility to suit your interface requirements.

Key Features:

  • Customizable Styles: Tailor the appearance of checkboxes to match your website's design language, with options for size, color, and shape.
  • Responsive Design: Our checkboxes adapt smoothly to different screen sizes and devices, ensuring optimal usability across desktop and mobile platforms.
  • Accessibility: Committed to inclusivity, our checkboxes adhere to accessibility standards, providing clear labels and keyboard navigation for all users.

With straightforward integration into your HTML and CSS interface, our Checkbox UI Component offers an effortless solution for improving user interactions and selections on your website. Empower your users with stylish and responsive checkboxes that elevate the overall user experience and streamline decision-making processes.

Steps to Copy the Code

Elevate the appearance of your website's checkboxes with our easy-to-follow guide on designing stylish checkboxes using HTML and CSS. Follow these step-by-step instructions to implement a visually appealing checkbox that enhances the overall look and feel of your website forms.

Step 1: Copy the Code Snippet

  • Start by copying the HTML and CSS code snippet provided above. This snippet contains the necessary code to create a stylish checkbox. Simply select the code, click the copy button and the code will be copied to your clipboard.

Step 2: Link CSS File

  • Ensure that you link the CSS file correctly in your HTML document. Place the CSS code inside a <style> tag in the <head> section of your HTML file, or link an external CSS file using the <link> tag. This will apply the styles defined in the CSS code to your checkbox.

Step 3: Make it Yours

  • Personalize the checkbox to align with your website's design and branding. You can adjust the colors, sizes, border styles, and other properties defined in the CSS code to create a custom look for your checkbox. Experiment with different styles and effects to achieve the desired appearance that seamlessly integrates with your website's aesthetic.

By following these simple steps, you can effortlessly create a stylish checkbox using HTML and CSS, enhancing the visual appeal and usability of your website forms. Make the checkbox your own by customizing it to suit your specific design preferences and requirements.

Code Explanation


<div class="container">
  • This <div> element serves as a container for the checkbox inputs and labels.
  • It has a class attribute set to "container", which can be used for styling or JavaScript interactions.
Checkbox Inputs:
<div class="check">
  <input id="box1" type="checkbox" checked />
  <label for="box1">Checked</label>
<div class="check">
  <input id="box2" type="checkbox" />
  <label for="box2">Unchecked</label>
<div class="check">
  <input id="box3" type="checkbox" disabled />
  <label for="box3">Disabled</label>
  • These <div> elements with the class "check" represent each checkbox input with its label.
  • Each checkbox input is nested inside a <div> element with the class "check".
  • The first checkbox is checked by default (checked attribute).
  • The second checkbox is unchecked by default.
  • The third checkbox is disabled (disabled attribute), meaning it cannot be interacted with.
  • Each checkbox input is associated with its corresponding <label> element using the for attribute.
  • The for attribute of the <label> elements matches the id attribute of the corresponding checkbox inputs.
  • This association allows users to click on the label text to toggle the associated checkbox.

CSS Code

Font Awesome Import:
@import url(//;
  • This imports the Font Awesome library from the specified URL. Font Awesome provides a collection of scalable vector icons that can be used for various purposes in web design.
Container Styles:
.container {
  display: flex;
  flex-direction: column;
  font-size: 25px;
  • .container: Targets the <div> element with the class "container".
  • display: flex;: Sets the container to use flexbox layout, enabling flexible arrangement of its child elements.
  • flex-direction: column;: Specifies that the child elements should be stacked vertically within the container.
  • font-size: 25px;: Sets the font size of text content within the container to 25 pixels.
Check Styles:
.check {
  margin-bottom: 10px;
  • .check: Targets the <div> elements with the class "check", which wrap each checkbox input and its label.
  • margin-bottom: 10px;: Adds a bottom margin of 10 pixels to create spacing between each checkbox and its label.
Checkbox Styles:
input[type='checkbox'] {
  display: none;
  • input[type='checkbox']: Targets checkbox input elements.
  • display: none;: Hides the checkbox inputs from view, making them invisible.
Checkbox Label Styles:
input[type='checkbox'] + label:before {
  font-family: FontAwesome;
  display: inline-block;
input[type='checkbox'] + label:before {
  content: '\f096';
  letter-spacing: 5px;
input[type='checkbox']:checked + label:before {
  content: '\f046';
  • These styles affect the appearance of the labels associated with the checkboxes.
  • input[type='checkbox'] + label:before: Selects the pseudo-element ::before of the label immediately following a checkbox input.
  • font-family: FontAwesome;: Specifies that the Font Awesome icon font should be used for the pseudo-element's content.
  • display: inline-block;: Sets the pseudo-element to be displayed as an inline-block.
  • content: '\f096';: Sets the content of the pseudo-element to a specific Font Awesome icon, represented by its Unicode character.
  • letter-spacing: 5px;: Adds spacing between the icon and the label text.
  • input[type='checkbox']:checked + label:before: Styles the pseudo-element of a checked checkbox label, changing its content to a different Font Awesome icon.
Disabled Checkbox Label Styles:
.check input[disabled] + label {
  cursor: not-allowed;
  • This styles the label of a disabled checkbox, changing the cursor to "not-allowed" when hovering over it.