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How to Create a Toggle Switch using CSS

In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to create a Toggle Switch using CSS. We are going to use pure CSS to create a simple toggle switch button to your web page. We have a simple checkbox to filter any data, for the replacing of the checkbox, we are going to upgrade from checkbox GUI to toggle switch button GUI. It will add a neat and clean for the user if they are going to use the toggle switch functionality. You can provide a better user experience on the web page, in that case, we are going to display the toggle switch button instead for the checkbox. You can also check the live demo of this simple tutorial, so you can get an idea and you can try this out, let's start coding. Create Simple Switch Checkbox Kindly add this following HTML source code where do you want to display it. Copy and paste to the BODY tag of your web page.

Toggle Switch using CSS

Example I

Example II


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