In this article, we’ll be learning about Bulma Checkbox, with some of its examples. Bulma is a free and open-source framework used to build reusable components while building web applications. This framework is a mobile-ready framework with which the users can see the web applications as like a mobile application.
The checkboxes allow the users to select multiple options from a list of options. For using the Bulma checkbox, we have to use different classes. The class is a simple wrapper around the <input> element in HTML. The styling of the checkbox is not predefined, the developer can change the style accordingly for the best user experience.
Bulma Checkbox Class:
- Simple CheckBox in Bulma: For using a simple checkbox in your HTML web application, just use the “checkbox” class in <input> element.
- Disabled CheckBox in Bulma: For using a disabled checkbox in your HTML web application, just use the “disabled” attribute after the “checkbox” class in the <input> element.
- CheckBox with links in Bulma: For using links with your checkboxes in the web application, just add a <a> tag.
<label> <input type="checkbox"> ... </label>
Example: The below example demonstrates all types of checkboxes in Bulma: