Formee Framework: Crossbrowser, Flexible, Customizable


Nowadays most developers already know how to quickly code a menu or a layout structure, but there’re always a great difficulty when coding a form, either contact, login, newsletter, comment etc. The Formee is a framework that handles every aspect of web forms.

In addition great features include:

Crossbrowser: Don’t worry about having your form being rendered differently in the major browsers.

Flexible: It fits into your project, its flexible enough to adapt to the width you have available for the form.

Customizable: You can easily change between a stylish form or a minimalist one. It comes with the basic needed for you to put your touch in it.

take a look at formee demo and check out formee reference guide to see all elements and classes that can be customized.

Formee works with the technique provided by Fluid 960 Grid System (created by Stephen Bau, based on the 960 Grid System by Nathan Smith) to compose the form’s layout, allowing total flexibility to put it in any website or web system.

Customizable and Flexible – The form has a structure built around percentage widths, thus allowing its inclusion in any project, adapting to the space available. Formee has its structural code independent of the style codes, facilitating the complete customization and manteinance of the form.

Semantics and Performance – The form was built with care to preserve web standards and their semantic values, working with the smallest possible amount of tags and according to the W3C rules.

Accessibility and Usability – Some elements have been inserted to add more value to your project , such as message boxes that can be shown indicating errors, warnings and success alerts. We also use the fieldset element to cluster form fields that have the same context through the legend tag.

With Formee, you can get started for FREE, with no set-up or other fees, and no contracts to sign. Visit website for more info and download.

Kirk is a software / web developer & business consultant. He has been doing online marketing and product development for the last eight years, and been an entrepreneur for the last five. BlogWebDesigner was created to help Internet Marketers sell more stuff online.
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