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Glassmorphism Login Form using Html & CSS | CSS3 Animated Login Form

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  1. In the starting preview of webpage, two ellipses are shown near the box floating, but in end result they are not shown. How I am supposed to built those?

  2. Amazing!
    Are there some things that may be unnecessary like when you set the div around each input box to 100% and the width of the input boxes to 100%. Could it have been enough to just set the width of the input box or is there something the width of the div does?

  3. Having some trouble with the little white line under Login Form at 5:30. Specifically, the .form h2::before only works if content is not empty (and even so it's width will be the length of the text).

  4. Well the UI design looks really good but I would suggest instead of double blurring for text boxes/areas it will look better if u remove the blur effect. Then will bring inset depth instead of offset depth which doesn't look that good

  5. Wonderfull, but backdrop doesn't seem to work on clip-path edges. they don,t blur. Guess I have use an svg path instead? I'm missing a very important part of proper glass and that is refraction. I haven't been able to apply that kind of effect without a bunch of homemade and ineffective js. Do you have a solution?

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