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Hope You Enjoyed My Resume!

This custom resume was built with HTML, Tailwind CSS, and the Universal Résumé Template

Check Out My Finished Resume

Hosted with Netlify & Mobile Responsive Gregory Monroe II - Resume

How to run it

Navigate to the base directory:

cd universal-resume

Install the dependencies:

npm install

Start the development server:

npm run serve

Only generate CSS that is used on the page which results in a much smaller file size:

npm run build

Starting Point

docs/index.html is the main content file. By copying HTML: add pages, sections, subsection, and other parts.

npm run build will make the docs as the public directory ready for drag-n-drop to, for example, (free registration required beforehand).

Also, with additionally running git add docs/styles.css -f and committing changes, it’s ready for push to GitHub and integration with GitHub Pages. GitHub Pages are free for public repositories. Under your repository name, not profile, click “Settings” and enable GitHub Pages by navigating to: Options → GitHub Pages → Source → /docs.

Tailwind CSS

Tailwind CSS is a highly customizable, low-level CSS framework that gives you all of the building blocks you need to build bespoke designs without any annoying opinionated styles you have to fight to override. It has a great documentation.

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  • Made With Universal Résumé Template
  • Credit To @webpraktikos For The Repo


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