Simple Input

Revamp your web forms with our stylish input field UI component, designed for HTML and CSS. Elevate user experience with responsive and customizable text, email, and password input fields.

Our Input Field UI Component offers a modern and user-friendly solution for enhancing web forms on your HTML and CSS website. From basic text inputs to specialized email and password fields, our component provides a versatile toolkit to optimize user interactions and streamline data input.

Crafted with attention to detail, our input fields boast a clean and intuitive design that aligns seamlessly with various website aesthetics. Whether you're designing a contact form, registration page, or login portal, our input fields ensure a consistent and polished user experience throughout your website.

Key Features:

  • Responsive Design: Our input fields adapt fluidly to different screen sizes and devices, ensuring optimal usability across desktops, tablets, and smartphones.
  • Customizable Styles: Tailor the appearance and behavior of input fields to match your website's branding and design language, with options for color, size, and typography.
  • Accessibility: Committed to inclusivity, our input fields adhere to accessibility standards, providing accessible labels, hints, and error messages for all users.

With simple integration into your HTML and CSS forms, our Input Field UI Component offers a hassle-free solution for improving user interactions and data input on your website. Empower your users with sleek and responsive input fields that enhance usability and elevate the overall user experience.

Steps to Copy the Code

Looking to design a unique and visually appealing input field for your website forms? Our step-by-step guide will assist you in creating a custom input field using just HTML and CSS. Follow these straightforward instructions to implement a customized input field that enhances the overall look and feel of your website forms.

Step 1: Copy the Code Snippet

  • Begin by copying the HTML and CSS code snippet provided above. This snippet contains the necessary code to create a custom input field. 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 custom input field.

Step 3: Make it Yours

  • Personalize the input field to match 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 input field. 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 easily create a custom input field using HTML and CSS, enhancing the visual appeal and usability of your website forms. Make the input field your own by customizing it to suit your specific design preferences and requirements.

Code Explanation


Input Container:
<div class="input-container">
  • This <div> element serves as a container for the input fields.
  • It has a class attribute set to "input-container", which can be used for styling or JavaScript interactions.
Text Input Field:
<input type="text" class="input-field" placeholder="Enter your text...">
  • This <input> element creates a text input field.
  • type="text": Specifies that this input field accepts text input.
  • class="input-field": Assigns the class "input-field" to the input field, which can be used for styling or JavaScript interactions.
  • placeholder="Enter your text...": Sets a placeholder text that appears inside the input field when it's empty, providing a hint to the user about the expected input.
Email Input Field:
<input type="email" class="input-field" placeholder="Enter your email...">
  • This <input> element creates an email input field.
  • type="email": Specifies that this input field accepts email addresses.
  • class="input-field": Assigns the class "input-field" to the input field, which can be used for styling or JavaScript interactions.
  • placeholder="Enter your email...": Sets a placeholder text specific to email input.
Password Input Field:
<input type="password" class="input-field" placeholder="Enter your password...">
  • This <input> element creates a password input field.
  • type="password": Specifies that this input field is for entering passwords, where the entered characters are masked for security.
  • class="input-field": Assigns the class "input-field" to the input field, which can be used for styling or JavaScript interactions.
  • placeholder="Enter your password...": Sets a placeholder text specific to password input.

CSS Code

Input Container Styles:
.input-container {
  max-width: 400px;
  margin: 0 auto;
  padding: 20px;
  background-color: #f2f2f2;
  border-radius: 5px;
  • .input-container: Selects the <div> element with the class "input-container", which contains the input fields.
  • max-width: 400px;: Sets the maximum width of the container to 400 pixels, ensuring it doesn't expand beyond a certain limit.
  • margin: 0 auto;: Centers the container horizontally by setting the left and right margins to "auto".
  • padding: 20px;: Adds 20 pixels of padding inside the container, creating space between the container's border and its contents.
  • background-color: #f2f2f2;: Sets the background color of the container to a light gray shade (#f2f2f2).
  • border-radius: 5px;: Rounds the corners of the container, giving it a slightly rounded appearance.
Input Field Styles:
.input-field {
  width: 100%;
  padding: 10px;
  margin-bottom: 10px;
  border: 1px solid #ccc;
  border-radius: 3px;
  box-sizing: border-box;
  • .input-field: Selects all <input> elements with the class "input-field".
  • width: 100%;: Sets the width of the input fields to 100% of their container's width, ensuring they span the entire width.
  • padding: 10px;: Adds 10 pixels of padding inside each input field, creating space between the text and the border.
  • margin-bottom: 10px;: Adds 10 pixels of margin at the bottom of each input field, creating vertical spacing between them.
  • border: 1px solid #ccc;: Sets a 1-pixel solid border around each input field with a light gray color (#ccc).
  • border-radius: 3px;: Rounds the corners of the input fields, giving them a slightly rounded appearance.
  • box-sizing: border-box;: Ensures that the padding and border are included in the width of the input fields, preventing them from expanding beyond the specified width.
Focus Styles for Input Fields:
.input-field:focus {
  border-color: #007bff;
  outline: none;
  • .input-field:focus: Selects input fields that are currently focused.
  • border-color: #007bff;: Changes the border color of focused input fields to a shade of blue (#007bff).
  • outline: none;: Removes the default focus outline, providing a cleaner appearance when an input field is focused.
Media Query for Responsive Design:
@media only screen and (max-width: 600px) {
  .input-container {
    width: 90%;
  • This media query applies styles only when the screen width is 600 pixels or less.
  • It targets the ".input-container" class and changes its width to 90% of its parent container's width, ensuring better display on smaller screens.