Fully responsive wizard that comes with 3 useful examples and 5 bright colors. The Bootstrap Wizard is one of the most handy elements that can be used inside a project. We highly recommend it not just as a design feature, but as a way of guiding your users through tough forms.
First of all, you need to determine when you need a wizard. Do you have a form of over 10 fields? Do you have users not going through with the registration process? Do you have unfinished list? They all have something in common; and they all have the same solution. So, what is wrong with letting your users see an infinite form? They will get discouraged to finish it. What is the solution? Better visual organisation, mainly in the form of a wizard.
What a wizard does is it breaks the information into chunks and lets the user see it one step at a time. In this way, he only has to focus on the current step. He will also see how many steps he has ahead, so he won't be discouraged by something that looks like an long process. Consider win-win for both you and the users: they have a better experience and you will have all the necessary information!
To make the integration easier we also made a tutorial with code snippets. Once you have decided to integrate it, everything will be fairly easy, so you don't have to worry about it! If you have any other questions, don't hesitate to contact us and we will help you out.
If you want to start with a pre-built template, you can see the following examples made with the Bootstrap Wizard:
Change Log V1.0 08 Aug '14 [initial release] V1.1 17 Sep '15 - Added checkboxes with big icon design (same as the radio) - Update to Bootstrap 3.3.5 - Update to Font Awesome 4.4.0 - Added validation on fields with jquery.validation.js - Fix bug when adding Bootstrap Datepicker - Fix bug for nav steps width on small screens(< 600px) - Change in file structure V1.1.1 - Switched to MIT License [current version]