77 Inspiring Blog Comment Form Designs – Good Examples


1. Nitram-Nunca

Interesting background to stand out!


2. ChiGarden

Those hand-drawn lines, cute icons and rounded corners create really personal touch to this comment form.


3. DesignDisease


4. Lucky BlackMore


5. I love typography


6. WebDesignerWall

Excellent website and comment form with neat feature with jQuery comment form!


7. WebDesignerDepot

Interesting form, seems simple, but with option to set smaller/larger comment box form. Looks good.


8. RadiumLabs


9. Paper Jet Wednesday


10. MONOmoda

I enjoy that typographic touch to comment design with huge “Discuss.” text.


11. DezineZync

At first seems to be hardly observable, but I somehow enjoy this transparency.


12. DezinerFolio


13. Desspa

Clean look achieved with little icons and text.


14. Dhenk


15. Brian Yerkes

Very clean and subtle comment form design – love Brian’s work and website!


16. Scruffy Uncle


17. Abduzeedo


18. Elliot Jay Stocks

Really huge comment form – very good example standing out from the crowd.


19. EliteByDesign


20. MrHenry Blog


21. KevinJohnGomez


22. Verlee Duoh


23. Noupe


24. WpDesigner

I don’t know how about you, but I always enjoy small icons added to comment forms. Eye candy!


25. DesignWorkPlan


26. TheCreativeDistrict


27. KissMetrics


28. Blog

Beautiful as everything in Coda website.


29. FreelanceSwitch

One more website with really huge comment form created in good way.


30. Radu Ceuca


31. PixelResort


32. ElitistSnob


33. Mike Poss


34. I Love Colors


35. YouTheDesigner


36. SpoonGraphics


37. Designministeriet


38. WeFunction

Visually simple, but still eye candy.


39. Outlaw Design Blog


40. RetinArt


41. Blog Design Blog


42. TwirkEthic


43. SmartBlogs


44. Jason Bradbury


45. Nathan Rice


46. Pasqualedsilva


47. Stellify


48. MAC Appstorm


49. Ars Thanea Blog


50. Level Opacity


51. Doc4design


52. Productive Dreams


53. DesignBombs


54. Tutorial9


55. EctoMachine

Light gradient added in forms to create interesting effect.


56. FlickOut


57. Missweblash

Through whole site goes this stitching effect, added nicely to forms as well – I consider this a good example.


58. ClingPhotography

Expand possibilities with cute smilies in comments!


59. NyQDesign


60. Kirstin Pauk

Seems light and simple, but sometimes nothing more is needed, nice button also.


61. Monofactor

Subtle drop shadow added to create 3D effect, looks good.


62. IconDock

Clean and clear effect, I like how whole comment form is in different color to highlight it even better.


63. Line25


64. Rockatee


65. Ttthings


66. Iso50


67. Josh Spear


68. All-for-design


69. Leihu


70. CosmicDiary

Thinking outside the box – original approach!


71. Brad Ruggles


72. Ali Felski


73. Lewro

Good looking form with subtle gradient effect as well.


74. Nasendackel

Here you can choose to use these interesting special smilies – I like this approach!


75. Lebloe


76. Steve Mullen Creative

New jQuery effect added to comment design, nice touch!


77. Jankoatwarpspeed

Emphasize your words with bold, italic, underline or quote – extended possibilities in comments always are appreciated.


79 Comments to “77 Inspiring Blog Comment Form Designs – Good Examples”

  • kiltakblog September 17, 2013 at 7:47 pm

    I am designing a comment form for my website but i don’t know how to have it posted to a document or a database. If anyone can help me just post it.

  • Thomas A September 20, 2013 at 7:19 pm

    I want to design my own web application and insert a comment section where people can leave a comment. How can I program a web application to insert comments using Java? Can anyone show me some tutorials?

  • Harry September 25, 2013 at 12:23 am

    My facebook sent out a message about black friday deals in comment form to about 1/4th of my friends. My e-mail has been sending messages to all my contacts with just a link to general penis enlargement pill, horray. I have changed the passwords for both, but is there anything else I should do?

  • steve September 26, 2013 at 1:56 pm

    My question is when we install a pluggin suppose i install a plugin for comment system then does the comment system pre included in the theme still loads [ does the old comment form will get disable or will load but not display ]

  • rashest_hippo September 27, 2013 at 10:02 am

    I need to find a way to have a comment section that auto posts to my site page when comments are made. How do I do that?
    I appreciate the responses but I already know how to blog. I have my own webzine but cannot figure out how to create an comment auto post below the articles. I’ve already got comment forms that email the comments to me and then I paste them on the site, but I would like something that automatically posts when someone leaves a comment.

  • prisha September 28, 2013 at 9:06 am

    What is the code for creating a hyperlink to form that has the following fields?

    Email address
    Number of guest (up to 4 people total)

    Then this form submission would go to an email address for gathering of the data. Please help!

  • JDOGG1122 October 1, 2013 at 6:33 am

    I’ve created a Microsoft Access 2007 database, and I’ve been filling it out in Form View. I just rearranged a couple of the fields in both the form and the corresponding table, but now when I’m tabbing through the form, it skips a field, then jumps back to it after I tab down a couple more times. How can I fix this so that I can tab straight through the form from top to bottom?

  • aamir October 1, 2013 at 7:28 am

    I want to create a comments form using HTML. I want the HTML code, but could not really make sense of what I found online. What does ‘form action’ mean, and where do I find the website to put in the inverted commas ”? I tried it out and hit the Submit button, but my comment cannot be posted. I am using Blogger.

  • Hannah October 11, 2013 at 9:05 am

    sorry but i have listen this comments form one of my friend i like to know that its right or just rubbish

  • Marshal October 17, 2013 at 1:11 pm

    I’m sure there must be a way to essentially frame multi page form content from a remote website, capture the form data and send it back to the “hosting” website. Kind of like how Google does their Adwords (through a script and .js) but with a multi page form … OR whatever would work.

  • henryshensbcglobalnet October 20, 2013 at 10:43 pm

    I am needing to find a generic customer comment form that we can use at our non-profit shop.

  • Alun J October 23, 2013 at 12:03 pm

    When I open the database, I would like the user to instantly be presented with a form that I have designed as a main menu. Is there an option to change this?

  • Jason M November 2, 2013 at 3:03 pm

    I know its a form of experimental designs…
    like repeated measures and independant design…

    but what actually is it?

  • Dr Dorian November 3, 2013 at 8:37 am

    I entered this design contest for a college ad and I wanted to know your opinion about how my entry compares to the other entries.
    The designs can be found @

    My entry is Flyer #4. You could vote for me or the design you like, too.

  • josh12rox November 14, 2013 at 6:05 pm

    On blogger you can have text in your comment section that says “comments are welcome” or anything that you’d like. I have a WordPress and I haven’t seen the option to add a message there, is there a way that I might have overlooked? or a code?

    Thanx in advance!

  • Taylor G November 15, 2013 at 7:22 am

    My current HTML code is:


    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"

    If u guys want to see the finished html design. here’s a screenshot of it. follow the link:

  • Praveen November 15, 2013 at 3:09 pm

    I need a very simple visual basic loan calculator where you can
    enter the Loan Amount, Interest Rate, and the number of years/months, and it ouput whats going to be the monthly payment. I will need the actual code and form design. Like I said, I want the code to be as simple as possible. I want to be able to look at it and understand how it works. Any help will be appreciated.

  • Jamal November 15, 2013 at 7:08 pm

    On tripod, i made a comment form using html, and i want it to display the comments on the website. But, i also need it to use a captcha so i dont get spammed. Does anyone know how i would go about doing that? I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you in advance!!

  • ademuth93 November 18, 2013 at 10:47 pm

    I am currently building a site and I’d like for people to be able to post comments on articles and blogs I have there. Is there an online guide someone could direct me to? If it’s tremendously easy, would someone help out with what type of script I need to write? Thank you in advance.

  • Adam November 19, 2013 at 5:36 am

    Im looking to have a ‘comments’ form on a webpage (page is currently written in html and css) how can i have a form which on submission will email comments and possibly a subject along with the users email to a pre determined email address.
    Im not looking for a mailto which opens a client.
    If it must contain javascript or some other webtech thats ok.
    Links to examples /tutorials appreciated also.

  • Brendan O November 23, 2013 at 6:17 am

    For resistors, power is dissipated in the form of heat, capacitors in the form of electric field and inductors in the form of magnetic field.

    However, for transistors, is it heat as well? Do they have a resistance?

  • slipknot0129 November 28, 2013 at 1:44 pm

    I want protect my database and form design view of MS Access, but how?

  • Terrence November 29, 2013 at 1:20 pm

    Wasn’t she a liberal humanist? Why does her name provoke nasty comments form the atheists?

  • Shay H November 29, 2013 at 9:03 pm

    Usual comment forms have 3-4 fields – name, email, URL sometimes and comment box itself.
    Name is obvious, URL is self-advertising for those who want it, comment box is obvious again.

    Now I want to know, why email?

    Some reasons I know already:
    * You’ll get email when someone replies
    * You’ll get email when someone comments on the same page
    * Sometimes it requires email confirmation to prevent bots

    Are there any other reasons?

  • PIE BOY November 30, 2013 at 12:39 am

    A friend has a Beagle puppy that is now 12 weeks old and he has reduced the meals to 1 per day (evening) and comments form others indicate that they think the dog appears hungry through the day.

    I am collecting my new English Bull Terrier puppy that will be 8 weeks old when I get it and I have been advised that puppies should be on 2 meals per day until at least 12 months old.

    What is the recomended amount and frequency of food, and should it vary from different breeds?

    Any advice would be very much appreciated.

    Thank you.


  • morbiusdog November 30, 2013 at 9:27 am

    I have a blog on Blogger. My followers leave comments on my posts. I want to reply to that particular comment but when I click on reply which is right under their comments nothing happens.
    Does anyone know what to do?

  • Bryant B November 30, 2013 at 11:41 am

    I want to create a comments form on my website, . How do i create it and use the site to send it rather than the person’s email application having to open and sending it.

  • colingrillo November 30, 2013 at 11:15 pm

    A few days ago I created a classroom blog and decided to turn comments off. Now I am thinking maybe I will ask a question and turn comments on, but I don’ know how to turn it back on. I can’t even remember how I turned them off!

  • Armas December 1, 2013 at 5:06 am

    I’ve been mugged in the wrong place at the wrong time. I’ve had people hit on me physically in an unappreciated way, grabbing and groping, men and women. I’ve seen plenty of crazies on the streets and gotten dirty looks and rude comments form people.

    And guess what? I got over it, so why can’t you feminists do the same thing?