This asset seeks to demonstrate how CSS can be used in tandem with Font Awesome's icon suite to create more ascetically pleasing forms in Office 365.
Who said forms have to be ugly?
This prototype spawned from a desire to provide contextual clues in form labels for different types of data being collected (i.e. email, phone, date-picker, etc.).
This solution is dependent upon the Font Awesome icon suite (referenced through a CDN in the CSS code).
Nintex Forms for Office 365
SharePoint Online (Office 365)
|The sample form included (attached below) in this asset was built using Nintex Forms for SharePoint Online (Office 365). However, none of the CSS techniques used in this asset are limited to the cloud product and can be implemented in Nintex Forms for SharePoint on-premises as well.|