materialize css form file input

To create a file input form using Materialize CSS, you can use the <div class="file-field input-field"> element along with the <input type="file"> element. Here's an example:

<div class="file-field input-field">
  <div class="btn">
    <input type="file">
  <div class="file-path-wrapper">
    <input class="file-path validate" type="text">

In the example above, the <div class="file-field input-field"> element serves as the container for the file input form. Inside this container, we have another <div> element with the class "btn" to create a button-like appearance for the file input. The <input type="file"> element is nested inside this button element.

Next, we have another <div> element with the class "file-path-wrapper" to wrap the text input field. This element is responsible for displaying the file path or name selected by the user. Inside this wrapper, we have an <input class="file-path validate" type="text"> element, which is the actual text input field.

You can customize the appearance of the file input form using the various classes provided by Materialize CSS. For example, you can add additional classes to the button and text input elements to style them according to your needs.

Remember to include the necessary Materialize CSS files in your HTML document, such as the CSS file and JavaScript file, for the styles and functionality to work correctly.