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Tailwindcss configs

For Tailwindcss v1.4.4

Default

See tailwind.config.default.js

npx tailwind build CSS/input.css -o CSS/tailwind.default.css -c tailwind.config.default.js

This is the default config generated by running npx tailwind init in the root of your project.

Lines of CSS Filesize
92727 1.95Mb

Empty

See tailwind.config.empty.js

npx tailwind build CSS/input.css -o CSS/tailwind.default.css -c tailwind.config.empty.js

This config has nothing default enabled. A good place to begin adding what you need to corePlugins.

Lines of CSS Filesize
0 0Kb

Bare

See tailwind.config.bare.js

npx tailwind build CSS/input.css -o CSS/tailwind.bare.css -c tailwind.config.bare.js

This config shows how to control what styles are being generated and how to produce a minimal filesize. Only certain corePlugins are enabled. Only certain theme values are set. Only the variants needed are enabled.

Lines of CSS Filesize
143 1.33Kb

Additional Boilerplates

The following are special configs and are not meant to be used as they are. They list all available options for a specific topic. Combining some of these will allow you to control your Tailwindcss output filesize.

Before you proceed

I noticed there were some missing corePlugins from the Tailwindcss documentation. I have added any I have found. The list of corePlugins currently missing from their documentation is below:

  • divideOpacity
  • transformOrigin
  • transitionDelay

All core plugins enabled

See tailwind.config.allCorePlugins.js

npx tailwind build CSS/input.css -o CSS/tailwind.allCorePlugins.css -c tailwind.config.allCorePlugins.js

What is this useful for?

If you only want to use specific corePlugins, then you can edit the corePlugins object and remove any you do not need or set them to false. If you only need margin, padding, textColor and flex for example, then this will allow you to control your output size.

Note The output css from this config if unedited is the same as the default config. Because everything is enabled.

Lines of CSS Filesize
92727 1.95Mb

All core plugins disabled

See tailwind.config.allCorePluginsDisabled.js

npx tailwind build CSS/input.css -o CSS/tailwind.allCorePluginsDisabled.css -c tailwind.config.allCorePluginsDisabled.js

What is this useful for?

If you only want to enable specific corePlugins, then you can edit the corePlugins object and set any you want to use to true. If you do need objectFit and objectPosition for example, then this will allow you to control your output size.

Lines of CSS Filesize
0 0Kb

No variants

See tailwind.config.noVariants.js

npx tailwind build CSS/input.css -o CSS/tailwind.noVariants.css -c tailwind.config.noVariants.js

What is this useful for?

All corePlugins are enabled. This config prevents any variants from being generated. If you want responsive for a particular corePlugin, then you can edit it like so container: ["responsive"]. Gives more control of the final output css. Edit the variants object and take control.

Lines of CSS Filesize
11336 200.82Kb

Real world

See tailwind.config.realWorld.js

npx tailwind build CSS/input.css -o CSS/tailwind.realWorld.css -c tailwind.config.realWorld.js

What is this useful for?

This is similar to the config I have used on Responsive Hacker News. It is an example of how to add your own theme configuration and cherry pick what corePlugins and variants you want to use.

Note The real world CSS filesize generated from this config is a lot smaller than the example table below, because in production it uses the purge option and removes all class names that are not present in the template files. After minification, the filesize is actually 4Kb!

Lines of CSS Filesize
6056 73.68Kb

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