Blade Forms

Layout

Blade Form's grid system allows you to create responsive, multi-column layouts.

Form Sections

Form sections are used as grid containers. By wrapping multiple <x-form-section components in a <x-form-sections component you can visually differentiate between sections.

<x-form-sections>
    <x-form-section>
        <x-form-input name="name" label="Name" />
    </x-form-section>
    <x-form-section>
        <x-form-input type="email" name="email" label="Email" />
    </x-form-section>
</x-form-sections>

Section Titles and Descriptions

By supplying a title and description attribute you can add additional information to a section.

Personal Details

The Evil Rabbit Jumped over the Fence.

<x-form-sections>
    <x-form-section title="Personal Details" description="The Evil Rabbit Jumped over the Fence.">
        <x-form-input name="name" label="Name" />
    </x-form-section>
</x-form-sections>

Columns

By setting the grid-columns attribute on the <x-form-section component you can define the number of grid columns.

<x-form-sections>
    <x-form-section grid-columns="2">
        <x-form-input name="first_name" label="First Name" />
        <x-form-input name="last_name" label="Last Name" />
    </x-form-section>
</x-form-sections>

Column Spans

By setting the column-span attribute on any form component you can modify the column span of the component.

<x-form-sections>
    <x-form-section grid-columns="4">
        <x-form-input name="name" label="Name" :column-span="3" />
        <x-form-input type="email" name="email" label="Email" column-span="full" />
    </x-form-section>
</x-form-sections>

Column Start

By setting the column-start attribute on any form component you can modify the column start of the component.

<x-form-sections>
    <x-form-section grid-columns="4">
        <x-form-input name="name" label="Name" :column-span="2" :column-start="3" />
    </x-form-section>
</x-form-sections>

Breakpoints

By default when supplying an integer or string value to either the grid-columns, column-span or column-start attributes only the sm breakpoint is affected. Breakpoints are based on the default Tailwind CSS breakpoints.

Instead you can also supply an array, with all required breakpoints, to either the grid-columns, column-span or column-start for more granular control.

<x-form-section :grid-columns="[
    'default' => 1,
    'sm' => 2,
    'md' => 4,
    'lg' => 6,
    'xl' => 8,
    '2xl' => 10,
]">
    ...
</x-form-section>

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