Use our Tailwind CSS
Checkbox to allow the user to select one or more items from a set.
You can use a
• Selecting one or more options from a list
• Presenting a list containing sub-selections
• Turning an item on/off in a desktop environment (If you have a single option, avoid using a
Checkbox and use an on/off switch instead)
See below our simple
Checkbox example that you can use in your React and Tailwind CSS projects. The example also comes in different colors, so you can adapt it easily to your needs.
Checkbox component comes with 19 different colors that you can change it using the
You can add a label for the
Checkbox component by passing the
label prop to the
You can add a custom icon for the
Checkbox component when it's checked by passing the
icon prop to the
You can turn on/off the ripple effect for the
Checkbox component using the
You can make a checkbox disable by passing the
disabled prop to the
label prop for the the checkbox can accept dom elements and because of that you can put links or any other dom elements you like to have with your checkbox label.
Use the example below for a more complex usage of checkbox with label that contains some description.
Use the example below for a vertical list of checkboxes.
Use the example below for a horizontal list of checkboxes.