# Forms

Kong supplies default form styling in the built styles.css which can be used to style inputs using the style guide in places where a Kongponent can't be used. By default, all form styles are included in the stylesheet.

Here is an example of html elements being styled using the including css.

# Text Inputs

Note: Add the input-error class to add custom error styling

<input class="k-input" placeholder="placeholder" />
<input class="k-input" type="password" value="123" />
<input class="k-input" type="number" value="1"/>
<input class="k-input" type="email" value="john.doe@konghq.com"/>
<input class="k-input" disabled value="disabled"/>
<input class="k-input" readonly value="readonly"/>
<input class="k-input" type="search" value="search"/>
<input class="k-input input-error" type="email" value="error"/>
<select class="k-input">
  <option value="option1">Option 1</option>
  <option value="option2">Option 2</option>
  <option value="option3">Option 3</option>

# Checkboxes & Radios

<input class="k-input" type="checkbox" />
<input class="k-input" type="checkbox" disabled />
<input class="k-input" type="radio" name="radio" value="on" checked />
<input class="k-input" type="radio" name="radio" value="off" />
<input class="k-input" type="radio" name="radio" value="off" disabled />

# Labels & Help text

By default labels inherit body styles however you can add the .k-input-label class for kong styles Additionally you can add block level hint text by using the .help class.

This is some helpful hint text!

  <input id="checkbox" class="k-input" type="checkbox" />
  <label for="checkbox">Label Text</label>
  <input id="radio" class="k-input" type="radio" name="radio" value="off" />
  <label for="radio">Label Text</label>
  <label for="text" class="k-input-label">Label Text</label>
  <input id="text" class="k-input" type="text" />
  <p class="help">This is some helpful hint text!</p>