TailwindCSS is hands-down my most useful CSS tool of 2017. It’s a fantastic helper to create utility-first CSS. I’ve been working with it since its first public release and I’m still more than happy to have it.
Today I found out a way to make it even more useful. Say you’re having a Parent Theme that you use for a lot of projects, where each project implements a child theme that needs to adjust properties such colors, breakpoints or font stacks. That’s as simple as requiring your Parent Theme’s
tailwind.js, override or add properties and export the adapted config.
const config = require('../parent_theme/tailwind'); config.colors['grey'] = '#eee' config.screens['md'] = '32em' module.exports = config;