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Multistep – jQuery Enquiry Form

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multistep form is a jQuery plug-in for the multipurpose step module wizard.

Features

  • Unlimited passes
  • Progress bar
  • Step Navigations
  • Fully responsive
  • Bootstrap compatible
  • Easily customizable
  • UI / UX design
  • SCSS included
  • Well documented

Installation

  1. Includes .css and .js files
  2. Create navigation and content passages
  3. Call the multistep plugin for example: $ (& # 39; element & # 39;). Multistep ();

Complete documentation Here.

Files included

  • multistep.css
  • multistep.min.css
  • multistep.js
  • multistep.min.js
  • Documentation
  • SCSS
  • demonstration

Sources and credits

changelog

Version 1.3 – 26 February 2019



Added 1 demo payment
Update: supports the input type of the option button
FIX: correction of the user interface alignment to larger screen sizes

Version 1.2 – 26 September 2018



Added 2 modal light and dark modal demos
The update plugin allows the theme color settings

Version 1.1.1 – 24 September 2018



Added navigation control of keyboard left / right

Version 1.1 – September 23, 2018



Stores data as variables to increase security during validation
Destination class of the content to prevent the same level element from acting as content
Controller added to the class that allows you to customize the position and alignment
Get value from the targeting data attribute instead of the input tag
Next / Back / Send Now button supports HTML
Added new booking request form for demo hotel
Added drop-down selection style
Correction: it is possible to jump to any passage other than the next step

More multistepDemos and features are coming!

Source

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Jaeho Park completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Hongik University in 1999, followed by a Master in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster in 2012. After working for many years as a university professor, designer and curator in South Korea.

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