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Multi-Step Form with Progress Bar Using HTML, CSS and JavaScript with Source Code

Welcome to the Multi-Step Form with Progress Bar, presented in this project harnesses the power of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to create an intuitive and visually appealing sign-up process. This project goes beyond the conventional single-page forms, breaking down information into digestible steps with the aid of a dynamic progress bar. Users can seamlessly navigate through each section, guided by a

Creating a Reusable Radial Progress Bar using CSS and JS Tutorial

In this tutorial, you can learn how to create a Reusable Radial Progress Bar using CSS and Pure JavaScript. The tutorial aims to provide students and beginners with a reference for creating a useful component for a website or web application. Here, I will be providing simple web page scripts that demonstrate this, and the complete source code zip file is also provided and is free to download.

Display jQuery Ajax Progress using Bootstrap Progress Bar Tutorial


In this tutorial, I will teach you how to Display jQuery's AJAX Progress using the Bootstrap Progress Bar. This tutorial aims to provide IT/CS students or those new programmers with a reference and guide to learn to enhance their JavaScript programming capabilities. Here, snippets with some explanation will be provided.

Creating a Simple Upload File with AngularJS Progress Bar and PHP/MySQLi

This tutorial tackles how to create a progress bar in Angular JS. Angular JS is a javascript framework maintained by Google and is capable of creating Single-Page Applications. In the case of this tutorial, we show our progress bar on file upload to track its progress. Increase your upload size by editing your php.ini for uploads.

Form Wizard with Progress Bar in Admin Bootstrap

In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to use Form Wizard with Progress Bar in Admin Bootstrap. Using this kind of form, you can specify which information must be first to fill up to the user if we used as a registration form for them. This wizard form separated into a group. It has three steps to finish the wizard form. The user can navigate the form by using Previous, Next, and Last.