Large Icons Step Reveal Elementor Pro Form

Large Icons Step Reveal Elementor Pro Form

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In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how to create an Elementor Pro form with large icons checkboxes and radios, as well as a step reveal animation.

Here is what we will be creating. You will also find the template file in your download zip bundle that came with the course.

Features:

  • Attractive: Woah your visitors and clients with a great looking form
  • CSS only: No extra plugins needed! Just Elementor Pro, to have the form element
  • Customizable: Make it your own by swapping to your icons and design
  • Responsive: Works and looks great on smartphones as well

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2 Responses

  1. Hi, love this! I just have one issue. I'm left with a lot of blank space at the bottom of the form if the user doesn't click an option. Any way to fix this?

    1. Greetings Alistair!

      Replace this CSS:

      #fancyForm .elementor-field-group:nth-child(1):has(input) ~ .elementor-field-group {
          opacity:0;
          pointer-events:none;
          transform: translateY(20px);
          display: none;
          transition: opacity 0.6s, transform 0.6s;
      }
      
      #fancyForm .elementor-field-group:nth-child(1):has(input:checked) + .elementor-field-group {
          opacity:1;
          transform:translateY(0);
          pointer-events:all;
          display: flex;
      }
      
      #fancyForm .elementor-field-group:nth-child(2):has(input:checked), 
      #fancyForm .elementor-field-group:nth-child(2):has(input:checked) ~ .elementor-field-group {
          opacity:1;
          transform:translateY(0);
          pointer-events:all;
      }

      With this:

      #fancyForm .elementor-field-group:nth-child(1):has(input)~.elementor-field-group {
          display: none;
      }
      
      #fancyForm .elementor-field-group:nth-child(1):has(input:checked)+.elementor-field-group {
          display: flex;
          animation: formFieldReveal 0.6s ease-in-out;
      }
      
      #fancyForm .elementor-field-group:nth-child(2):has(input:checked),
      #fancyForm .elementor-field-group:nth-child(2):has(input:checked)~.elementor-field-group {
          display: flex;
          animation: formFieldReveal 0.6s ease-in-out;
      }
      
      @keyframes formFieldReveal {
          0% {
              opacity: 0;
              transform: translateY(20px);
          }
      
          100% {
              opacity: 1;
              transform: translateY(0);
          }
      }
      

      Having an animation instead of a transition allows us to animate elements that go from display:none to display:flex. However as you will see, in that case, they won't animate in reverse (when going from display:flex to display:none).

      Still that should be a satisfactory solution!

      Cheers!

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