How to Create a Login Form using Bootstrap 4

How to Create a Login Form using Bootstrap 4

Welcome Back. Today We are going to create a Simple Responsive login form with the help of HTML and CSS. In my previous blog, I have shared an article about Responsive Homepage Design using HTML and CSS. Today I am going to use the Bootstrap 4 Framework to design this beautiful looking login form.

Login Form is used to authenticate a particular user by filling up the credentials. Generally, a login form contains information like username, password, PIN, etc. But for the sake of this snippet, we will create only two information fields like username and password. Login forms are used in websites, applications, and so on. So designing a contact form is an essential part of web design or web application design process.

In this snippet (login form bootstrap 4), I used Bootstrap 4 classes to design the login form. Every class used here has got its styling. However, I made some modifications in styling to give it a different look. To make this snippet work, you have added bootstrap 4 CDN files into your HTML page. I have added those in the following for your convenience. You have to copy the files and paste them to your project.

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In the HTML part, I took the bootstrap 4 container class and brought the h-100 bootstrap class to make the container 100% width. Inside that, I have taken a div with class d-flex. I have also added a justify-content-center and h-100 class to move the form in the web page's center. After that, I have done the HTML markup for the form, taking the required input-groups. I have also added a font-awesome icon for both the input boxes in the login form. For that, I had to add font-awesome CDN in the HTML file.

I did some basic styling of form in the CSS part by giving it a linear-gradient color where half of the viewport will be white, and the other half will be black. I also gave a custom box-shadow effect for the form for giving it an esthetic look. Matching with the sky blue color of the login form, I thought deep pink would be the perfect color for the font-awesome icon and button background.

Login Form using Bootstrap 4 (Source Code)

To create this snippet, you need to create two files. One of them is an HTML file, and another one is the CSS file. After that, you need to copy the HTML and CSS code and paste the code to the appropriate files and save them.




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