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Sass form components

29 forms are styled using Sass. A form is used to collect user input to be submitted to an application. It’s often composed of form elements that include inputs, buttons, checkboxes, and radios. Sass is a styling format that is compiled into CSS. It extends CSS with advanced features like scripting, mixins, and nesting. Sass is used to style 18 projects.

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