Libre - a responsive single page app template for collection management projects.
Running the project locally
Make sure your local version is v6+. I currently am using v10.8 as of Aug 2018.
If you want to regenerate css with your changes, run this command to generate css using tailwind config (e.g. tailwind.js)
$ ./node_modules/.bin/tailwind build style.css -c ./tailwind.js -o ./output.css
$ npm install -g browserify $ browserify main.js -o bundle.js
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First I'd like to thank you for giving away such quality & beautiful freebies. 🙌
I noticed you used Tailwind CSS on this one and I find it weird that you created some custom classes for background-colors, paddings and leadings. That's typically how useful Tailwind CSS is with his powerful config file.
So I made this PR to show how easy it is to add new colors, paddings, leadings with the config file.
I also took advantage of the
@applydirective of Tailwind CSS in the style.css file. It's not really relevant but it might help future users and Tailwind CSS beginners how they could use it for their needs.