A set of gorgeous Transactional HTML Email Templates built on TailwindCSS

  • By OhMySMTP.com
  • Last update: Dec 21, 2022
  • Comments: 1


A set of gorgeous Transactional HTML Email Templates built on TailwindCSS



This is a collection of gorgeous HTML transactional email templates, built using Maizzle and Tailwind CSS.

They are completely free and you can use them anywhere you like, although of course we recommend using our very own transactional email provider, OhMySMTP

And yes, they support Dark Mode out of the box :)

Screenshot of HTML transactional emails

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Using the Templates

Production-ready templates are located in /dist. To use them copy them into your application as email templates and modify any variables you want to include as per your application / sending software.

You can use Maizzle's render method to integrate with web application frameworks like Rails, Laravel and more.

Modifying the Templates

While you can modify templates in the dist/ folder directly, it's not recommended as you lose a lot of the pre-processing benefits. Instead follow these instructions:

  1. Clone this repository

  2. Install dependencies

    npm i -g @maizzle/cli
    cd templates
    npm install
  3. Start Development

    maizzle serve
  4. Modify the templates

    You can see detailed instructions in the Maizzle Docs

  5. Build for Production

    maizzle build production

    Your modified templates will be available in ./dist/

More Documentation

Maizzle documentation is available at https://maizzle.com

Issues, Fixes & PRs

If you find any issues please open a PR here, or contact [email protected]. If you find the templates useful, please contribute back with more templates.

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This code is open-source software licensed under the MIT license.




  • 1

    Emails are unreadable in dark mode on Windows

    I have tested the previews on the below configurations (using dark mode in Windows). Note: this also happens when I use my own (local) .html file.

    Windows 10 Pro 1803

    • Google Chrome Version 94.0.4606.61 (Official Build) (64-bit)
    • Mozilla Firefox 92.0.1 (64-bit)

    Windows 10 Pro 21H1

    • Google Chrome Version 94.0.4606.61 (Official Build) (64-bit)
    • Microsoft Edge Version 95.0.1020.5 (Official build) dev (64-bit)