this tutorial will help u to create a login page with bootstrap
Login forms are everywhere on the web. Are you using the social networks? You must go through login form of some sort. Do you have an email? Did you join any forums? Did you try to leave a comment on a WordPress site? To gain access to anything on the internet, the chances are you will have to go through some sort of login process. You will probably have to register first, sign up or leave some information behind. You will have to use some sort of login form to do anything on the internet.
So what do Login Forms have to do with HTML and CSS? They are both the essential parts of the Login Forms.
HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is a standard markup language used to create web pages. HTML elements are building blocks of all websites.
CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) is a language used for describing the look and formatting of a document written in a markup language. Such as HTML!
We use HTML to build a website and CSS to make it look nice. That is what most of the users encounter while browsing the web.
We’ve made a list of 50 free login forms that you can use on your WordPress site, blog, forum or anywhere else. This is a hand-picked list by Colorlib to ensure the highest quality of the forms. Each and every form has been thoroughly tested to ensure no components are missing and source code is available with every download. Of course, you are free to use these forms for personal and commercial purposes, with no need for attribution.
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