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Tailwind Config Stripped Version, which has been stripped of all default Tailwind values in order to ensure only the absolute necessary styles are generated into classes.
/*
Tailwind - The Utility-First CSS Framework
A project by Adam Wathan (@adamwathan), Jonathan Reinink (@reinink),
David Hemphill (@davidhemphill) and Steve Schoger (@steveschoger).
Welcome to the Tailwind config file. This is where you can customize
Tailwind specifically for your project. Don't be intimidated by the
length of this file. It's really just a big JavaScript object and
we've done our very best to explain each section.
Note: This version has been stripped of all default Tailwind values in order
to ensure only the absolute necessary styles are generated into classes.
Stripped Version by Ben Tinsley (@benjtinsley)
View the full documentation at https://tailwindcss.com.
|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| The default config
|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| This variable contains the default Tailwind config. You don't have
| to use it, but it can sometimes be helpful to have available. For
| example, you may choose to merge your custom configuration
| values with some of the Tailwind defaults.
|
*/
// let defaultConfig = require('tailwindcss/defaultConfig')()
/*
|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Colors https://tailwindcss.com/docs/colors
|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*/
let colors = {
'transparent': 'transparent',
}
module.exports = {
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Colors https://tailwindcss.com/docs/colors
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| The color palette defined above is also assigned to the "colors" key of
| your Tailwind config. This makes it easy to access them in your CSS
| using Tailwind's config helper. For example:
|
| .error { color: config('colors.red') }
|
*/
colors: colors,
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Screens https://tailwindcss.com/docs/responsive-design
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Screens in Tailwind are translated to CSS media queries. They define the
| responsive breakpoints for your project. By default Tailwind takes a
| "mobile first" approach, where each screen size represents a minimum
| viewport width. Feel free to have as few or as many screens as you
| want, naming them in whatever way you'd prefer for your project.
|
| Tailwind also allows for more complex screen definitions, which can be
| useful in certain situations. Be sure to see the full responsive
| documentation for a complete list of options.
|
| Class name: .{screen}:{utility}
|
*/
screens: {},
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Fonts https://tailwindcss.com/docs/fonts
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you define your project's font stack, or font families.
| Keep in mind that Tailwind doesn't actually load any fonts for you.
| If you're using custom fonts you'll need to import them prior to
| defining them here.
|
| By default we provide a native font stack that works remarkably well on
| any device or OS you're using, since it just uses the default fonts
| provided by the platform.
|
| Class name: .font-{name}
|
*/
fonts: {},
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Text sizes https://tailwindcss.com/docs/text-sizing
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you define your text sizes. Name these in whatever way
| makes the most sense to you. We use size names by default, but
| you're welcome to use a numeric scale or even something else
| entirely.
|
| By default Tailwind uses the "rem" unit type for most measurements.
| This allows you to set a root font size which all other sizes are
| then based on. That said, you are free to use whatever units you
| prefer, be it rems, ems, pixels or other.
|
| Class name: .text-{size}
|
*/
textSizes: {},
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Font weights https://tailwindcss.com/docs/font-weight
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you define your font weights. We've provided a list of
| common font weight names with their respective numeric scale values
| to get you started. It's unlikely that your project will require
| all of these, so we recommend removing those you don't need.
|
| Class name: .font-{weight}
|
*/
fontWeights: {},
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Leading (line height) https://tailwindcss.com/docs/line-height
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you define your line height values, or as we call
| them in Tailwind, leadings.
|
| Class name: .leading-{size}
|
*/
leading: {},
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Tracking (letter spacing) https://tailwindcss.com/docs/letter-spacing
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you define your letter spacing values, or as we call
| them in Tailwind, tracking.
|
| Class name: .tracking-{size}
|
*/
tracking: {},
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Text colors https://tailwindcss.com/docs/text-color
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you define your text colors. By default these use the
| color palette we defined above, however you're welcome to set these
| independently if that makes sense for your project.
|
| Class name: .text-{color}
|
*/
textColors: colors,
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Background colors https://tailwindcss.com/docs/background-color
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you define your background colors. By default these use
| the color palette we defined above, however you're welcome to set
| these independently if that makes sense for your project.
|
| Class name: .bg-{color}
|
*/
backgroundColors: colors,
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Background sizes https://tailwindcss.com/docs/background-size
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you define your background sizes. We provide some common
| values that are useful in most projects, but feel free to add other sizes
| that are specific to your project here as well.
|
| Class name: .bg-{size}
|
*/
backgroundSize: {},
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Border widths https://tailwindcss.com/docs/border-width
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you define your border widths. Take note that border
| widths require a special "default" value set as well. This is the
| width that will be used when you do not specify a border width.
|
| Class name: .border{-side?}{-width?}
|
*/
borderWidths: {},
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Border colors https://tailwindcss.com/docs/border-color
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you define your border colors. By default these use the
| color palette we defined above, however you're welcome to set these
| independently if that makes sense for your project.
|
| Take note that border colors require a special "default" value set
| as well. This is the color that will be used when you do not
| specify a border color.
|
| Class name: .border-{color}
|
*/
borderColors: colors,
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Border radius https://tailwindcss.com/docs/border-radius
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you define your border radius values. If a `default` radius
| is provided, it will be made available as the non-suffixed `.rounded`
| utility.
|
| If your scale includes a `0` value to reset already rounded corners, it's
| a good idea to put it first so other values are able to override it.
|
| Class name: .rounded{-side?}{-size?}
|
*/
borderRadius: {},
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Width https://tailwindcss.com/docs/width
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you define your width utility sizes. These can be
| percentage based, pixels, rems, or any other units. By default
| we provide a sensible rem based numeric scale, a percentage
| based fraction scale, plus some other common use-cases. You
| can, of course, modify these values as needed.
|
|
| It's also worth mentioning that Tailwind automatically escapes
| invalid CSS class name characters, which allows you to have
| awesome classes like .w-2/3.
|
| Class name: .w-{size}
|
*/
width: {},
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Height https://tailwindcss.com/docs/height
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you define your height utility sizes. These can be
| percentage based, pixels, rems, or any other units. By default
| we provide a sensible rem based numeric scale plus some other
| common use-cases. You can, of course, modify these values as
| needed.
|
| Class name: .h-{size}
|
*/
height: {},
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Minimum width https://tailwindcss.com/docs/min-width
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you define your minimum width utility sizes. These can
| be percentage based, pixels, rems, or any other units. We provide a
| couple common use-cases by default. You can, of course, modify
| these values as needed.
|
| Class name: .min-w-{size}
|
*/
minWidth: {},
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Minimum height https://tailwindcss.com/docs/min-height
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you define your minimum height utility sizes. These can
| be percentage based, pixels, rems, or any other units. We provide a
| few common use-cases by default. You can, of course, modify these
| values as needed.
|
| Class name: .min-h-{size}
|
*/
minHeight: {},
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Maximum width https://tailwindcss.com/docs/max-width
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you define your maximum width utility sizes. These can
| be percentage based, pixels, rems, or any other units. By default
| we provide a sensible rem based scale and a "full width" size,
| which is basically a reset utility. You can, of course,
| modify these values as needed.
|
| Class name: .max-w-{size}
|
*/
maxWidth: {},
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Maximum height https://tailwindcss.com/docs/max-height
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you define your maximum height utility sizes. These can
| be percentage based, pixels, rems, or any other units. We provide a
| couple common use-cases by default. You can, of course, modify
| these values as needed.
|
| Class name: .max-h-{size}
|
*/
maxHeight: {},
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Padding https://tailwindcss.com/docs/padding
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you define your padding utility sizes. These can be
| percentage based, pixels, rems, or any other units. By default we
| provide a sensible rem based numeric scale plus a couple other
| common use-cases like "1px". You can, of course, modify these
| values as needed.
|
| Class name: .p{side?}-{size}
|
*/
padding: {},
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Margin https://tailwindcss.com/docs/margin
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you define your margin utility sizes. These can be
| percentage based, pixels, rems, or any other units. By default we
| provide a sensible rem based numeric scale plus a couple other
| common use-cases like "1px". You can, of course, modify these
| values as needed.
|
| Class name: .m{side?}-{size}
|
*/
margin: {},
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Negative margin https://tailwindcss.com/docs/negative-margin
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you define your negative margin utility sizes. These can
| be percentage based, pixels, rems, or any other units. By default we
| provide matching values to the padding scale since these utilities
| generally get used together. You can, of course, modify these
| values as needed.
|
| Class name: .-m{side?}-{size}
|
*/
negativeMargin: {},
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Shadows https://tailwindcss.com/docs/shadows
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you define your shadow utilities. As you can see from
| the defaults we provide, it's possible to apply multiple shadows
| per utility using comma separation.
|
| If a `default` shadow is provided, it will be made available as the non-
| suffixed `.shadow` utility.
|
| Class name: .shadow-{size?}
|
*/
shadows: {},
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Z-index https://tailwindcss.com/docs/z-index
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you define your z-index utility values. By default we
| provide a sensible numeric scale. You can, of course, modify these
| values as needed.
|
| Class name: .z-{index}
|
*/
zIndex: {},
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Opacity https://tailwindcss.com/docs/opacity
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you define your opacity utility values. By default we
| provide a sensible numeric scale. You can, of course, modify these
| values as needed.
|
| Class name: .opacity-{name}
|
*/
opacity: {},
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| SVG fill https://tailwindcss.com/docs/svg
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you define your SVG fill colors. By default we just provide
| `fill-current` which sets the fill to the current text color. This lets you
| specify a fill color using existing text color utilities and helps keep the
| generated CSS file size down.
|
| Class name: .fill-{name}
|
*/
svgFill: {},
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| SVG stroke https://tailwindcss.com/docs/svg
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you define your SVG stroke colors. By default we just provide
| `stroke-current` which sets the stroke to the current text color. This lets
| you specify a stroke color using existing text color utilities and helps
| keep the generated CSS file size down.
|
| Class name: .stroke-{name}
|
*/
svgStroke: {},
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Modules https://tailwindcss.com/docs/configuration#modules
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you control which modules are generated and what variants are
| generated for each of those modules.
|
| Currently supported variants:
| - responsive
| - hover
| - focus
| - focus-within
| - active
| - group-hover
|
| To disable a module completely, use `false` instead of an array.
|
*/
modules: {
appearance: false,
backgroundAttachment: false,
backgroundColors: false,
backgroundPosition: false,
backgroundRepeat: false,
backgroundSize: false,
borderCollapse: false,
borderColors: false,
borderRadius: false,
borderStyle: false,
borderWidths: false,
cursor: false,
display: false,
flexbox: false,
float: false,
fonts: false,
fontWeights: false,
height: false,
leading: false,
lists: false,
margin: false,
maxHeight: false,
maxWidth: false,
minHeight: false,
minWidth: false,
negativeMargin: false,
objectFit: false,
objectPosition: false,
opacity: false,
outline: false,
overflow: false,
padding: false,
pointerEvents: false,
position: false,
resize: false,
shadows: false,
svgFill: false,
svgStroke: false,
tableLayout: false,
textAlign: false,
textColors: false,
textSizes: false,
textStyle: false,
tracking: false,
userSelect: false,
verticalAlign: false,
visibility: false,
whitespace: false,
width: false,
zIndex: false,
},
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Plugins https://tailwindcss.com/docs/plugins
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you can register any plugins you'd like to use in your
| project. Tailwind's built-in `container` plugin is enabled by default to
| give you a Bootstrap-style responsive container component out of the box.
|
| Be sure to view the complete plugin documentation to learn more about how
| the plugin system works.
|
*/
plugins: [],
/*
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Advanced Options https://tailwindcss.com/docs/configuration#options
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here is where you can tweak advanced configuration options. We recommend
| leaving these options alone unless you absolutely need to change them.
|
*/
options: {
prefix: '',
important: false,
separator: ':',
},
}
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