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⚠ Currently in development.
A customizable classless CSS theme, with styles derived from a TailwindCSS base. Aims to rely on semantic HTML to act as a beautiful, quick starting point for a majority of its users.
Are there many others like this? Quite likely! But this one is mine. 🙂
- Customize a bunch of configuration variable, and viola, you get your own theme!
- It spits out a vanilla CSS file that only targets HTML elements. It's easy for you to override anything (if you want to!)
- TailwindCSS has a configuration file (
tailwind.config.js) that changes what certain values mean: does
- The purger is configured to purge on all builds (development and production).
- The output is desired to not be minified (do not use
cssnano). Anyone should be able to make sense of the stylesheet after hitting
Todo list for RDD (Readme Driven Development)
- Improve elements' coverage by using an HTML5 kitchen sink
- dbox on GitHub has one.
- Explore minimal branding/customization using CSS variables
- We can extend TailwindCSS' color palette. THis might be unnecessary for the first production-ready release.
- Set up a lightweight development tooling: PostCSS, something to lint CSS, and for a better IDE experience: an
- Explore a user interface for configuring TailwindCSS on-the-fly.
- Add notes for usage.
yarn && yarn run build
- Open the
index.htmlfile included in the root of this project your favourite browser.