This extension comes from the need of having fully customizable form controls that better support the user on one hand and are more aesthetically pleasing on the other.
- Two homemade jQuery plugins,
symphonyCheckbox, to respectively replace instances of
<input type"checkbox">elements with more advanced UI controls.
- Consistent styles using recent standards (i.e. CSS3) for text inputs, textareas and buttons.
- Replacements for both multiple- and single-choice selectboxes, with two available sizes: "tiny" and "normal".
Future releases will provide:
- Custom event handlers
- Better performance
- Future fixes to future bugs ;)
FAQ: Frequently asked questions
Q: This (awesome) extension causes conflicts with . What am I supposed to do?
A: You can populate the
ignore array (available in both
symphonyCheckbox) with a complex CSS selector. Upon initialization, Fancy Forms will skip any element whose parents match the given expression.
Q: Can this (marvellous) extension be used on frontend too?
A: Sure, all it does is providing some jQuery plugins and stylesheets. Here’s the list of resources you need to include in your pages:
symphony.button.css symphony.checkbox.css symphony.checkbox.js symphony.selectbox.css symphony.selectbox.js symphony.textbox.css
While buttons and textareas (as well as textinputs) are completely handled by CSS, selectboxes and checkboxes must be initialised as ordinary jQuery plugins. Example: