It's been a quiet week for the Tailwind Labs team, glad they're taking it easy after such a great launch for the job board. Coming up we have the Heroicons v2 launch, a new template, and Headless UI v.17 so stay tuned!
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No major official news folks, but on the community side, our friend Simon is teaching a Tailwind CSS workshop! Like the tweet says, you can get a pretty big discount if you sign up via the Pro Tailwind site. The first one was this last Thursday but I think there'll be more in the future.
For those of you who don't know, Simon regularly posts videos about Tailwind CSS on his youtube channel and tweets a lot about tailwind too! He's also working on an advanced Tailwind course over at Pro Tailwind and I must admit I'm eagerly waiting for it to launch 😍.
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You're probably tired of how often I have mentioned the
:has() selector lately but I promise this one is important. The selector will be supported on Chrome on the 105 release, which is just around the corner!
This is huge since the current release version is 104 so adoption is really picking up. We're still waiting for Firefox to implement it but that's planned. I'm so excited to play around with it when it lands!
This article was quite a ride, it's almost like a detective story! The author had an issue where their CSS was breaking on production and it turns out it was because a 0 value was breaking a particular CSS rule. The rest of the article explains why that happened and what to keep in mind when working with zeros in CSS.
Here's a detailed guide on how to set up Tailwind CSS with the popular full-stack framework Remix. Long story short, you'll need an additional npm script to set up the build step for your CSS and there are some quirks with adding it to Remix, which the article explains in detail, with examples.
That hero is so cool 😍! This week I bring you an agency website and one that really knows how to do illustrations. Theirs are so lovely! Very colorful and sharp. The rest of the website is also very nice, they have good-looking typography and a great layout plus a cool and consistent hover effect.
For the curious, here's Broken Rubik's description:
We are Broken Rubik, a team with the ability to provide personalized solutions and with high-quality standards for your ecommerce.
Meraki UI is a popular components library for Tailwind CSS. They have ~108 ready-made components in 19 categories and all components include dark mode and RTL support. Overall, the component designs are simple and functional, and the code is clean.
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