Animated Login & Signup Form Design using HTML CSS & JavaScript

Hello readers, Today in this blog you'll learn how to create an Animated Login & Signup Form using HTML CSS & JavaScript. Earlier I have shared many blogs on how to create a login form but now it's time to create an Animated Login and Signup Form in one page.

In this program (Animated Login & Signup Form Design), on the webpage, there is a login page or form and two toggle buttons at the top of the form labeled as "Login" and "Signup" as you can see in the image. When you click on the signup button, the login form smoothly slides from the right to the left side and shows you the signup form.

And again after clicking the login button, the signup form slide from left to the right side and shows you the login form. In this form, the login and signup form both are on the same page. If you're feeling difficult to understand what I am saying. You can watch a full video tutorial on this program (Animated Login & Signup Form Design).

Video Tutorial of Animated Login & Signup Form Design



In the video, you have seen an animated login and signup form and I hope you've understood the basic codes behind creating this program. I used just a few lines of JavaScript codes to complete this form so if you're a beginner, then you can easily create this type of login and signup form.

I used JavaScript only to slide the form on button click and the toggle tab which slide from login text to signup text and signup text to login text is fully based on pure HTML & CSS. If you like this program (Animated Login & Signup Form Design) and want to get source codes. You can easily get the source codes of this program.

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Animated Login & Signup Form Design [Source Codes]

To create this program (Animated Login & Signup Form Design). First, you need to create two Files one HTML File and another one is CSS File. After creating these files just paste the following codes into your file. You can also download the source code files through the given link. Click here to download source code files.

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23 Comments

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  1. how i do like a database for save the login accounts

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  2. I'm a fan ✊🏾🀞🏽

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  3. Please upload that Step Progress Bar's code also.

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  4. They are telling me that "::placeholder" is not a pseudo-element! What should I do?! Thx.

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  5. I'm your fan sir and can you please create a navigation bar that has javascript code?

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  6. how about the database and the connection?

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  7. how about the database and the connection?

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  8. its very nice form but why you call class by using all direction for it ?
    for example when you need to wrate code in .form-inner form .field input{}
    what if I call input from field class like this
    .field input ?

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    1. Yes it also work fine. I just did this to showing viewers which tag I'm selecting and where it is. It'll helps to find the particular tag easily.

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  9. thank you very much .. I learned so much things from you bro

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  10. For some reason, The methods to set margin to -50% doesn't work for me. So Login form and Login text are persistent. I'm using JavaScript in a separate file by the way and I have referenced it.

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  11. thank you very much .. I learned so much things from you bro i like it

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