Today we are going to create an Ajax based contact form, which will allow visitors to upload and attach a file to the e-mail message. This example is based on my previous post (Simple Ajax Contact form), but here I have modified few things so that visitors can upload and attach file to email using contact form.
Are you looking for some CSS3 buttons, which are good enough to be used in real-world website projects? here are some CSS3 buttons you might like. Since my last post about codepen buttons, I’ve been searching sites like codepen, cssdeck and jsfiddle for some good practical buttons and I’m amazed to find so many cool CSS3 buttons with nice effects and animations.
Do you ever get tired searching for that perfect textures and patterns for your new website projects. Hours get wasted simply searching, downloading and trying out different textures. It happens to me quite often, so I’ve started collecting all free textures from the net, the ones that I’ll be using again and again in future, and decided to put them in one location where they can be available for immediate downloads, especially in those desperate times.
Many months ago, I saw this floating contact form somewhere, whether it was site design or the floating contact, I really liked the idea, it looked interesting and probably worked fast with Ajax support. Today we are going to create similar contact form that floats and sends emails instantly with jQuery Ajax.