There are tons of great form plugins out there, some of which we use here on WP Daily (such as Gravity Forms) but I’m always on the lookout for opportunities to try something new, even if it’s not in the form of an off-the-shelf plugin.
I came across MOSTO this morning and spent a little too much time walking through his simple overview and looking at Dan Winer’s form code. It’s definitely simple and I totally get his CSS/HTML framework that he’s created (and the reason why he’s rejected Bootstrap and Foundation).
There’s simply a lot of markup that you don’t have to deal with in terms of using MOSTO. For example, you don’t have any annoying IDs and for=”” tags to maintain and update every time you change something out.
Take a look if you’ve got a second and see if you can find a use for your next project or even the one that you’re currently plugging away on.
It’s licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 so you can distribute it and grab it via Github.