Bootstrap forms contain input-based components used to collect information from users. They can be simply changed and used as a login, subscribe, or contact form. Validation has altered with the introduction of the Bootstrap 4 beta.
The syntax is shown below:
<form> <input> Form data and inputs_______ </form>
The form will take the username and password as parameters.
According to input, the form will return the username and password.
Stacked form: As the name shows, the form elements are stacked. We can add as many fields as required, and they all will be seen one over the other.
Inline form: This type of form has all fields in a single line. If the fields exceed the screen width, then the fields will be moved to the next line in the same inline manner.
Row or column form: This Bootstrap 4 form is helpful when we deal with multiple screens and multiple widths of the display. The rows and columns help to maintain usability and space.
Let’s look at the code below:
The code above takes the input from users. When we click “Submit”, the data is submitted. Since there is no practical server or database, the data does not lead to any server.
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