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1. Tailwind And Dependencies

Run the following in the terminal to install the tailwind, post-css loader, sass-loader, mini css extractor and generate a tailwind.config.js

2. Editing The Tailwind Config

Add the default declaration in your tailwind.config by pasting the code. Make sure you purge the correct directory where your html sit,  Example: my index.html sits in dist/index.html. You can add more in your purge if you have more than file ebest wigs castelli tutto nano jersey custom youth nfl jersey custom baseball jerseys custom hockey jerseys belletress caliente air jordan 1 low flyease saquon barkley jersey nike air max 270 women’s sale castelli vantaggio jersey adidas yeezy boost 350 v2 mono ice jordan proto max 720 custom nfl football jerseys personalized celtics jersey corinne abbigliamento sexy .g .js, css, you can disable the purge after by sitting it to false.

3. Create A postcss.config.js In Your Root Directory

4. Declaration To Add On Wepack.config.js

I assume that you already install the dependencies in step 1. Now, let’s start declaring the following:

  1. We need to require the css extractor to create a copy of css file in your dist folder [see line 1] . Also, add the css extrator to your rules [see line 18-22 ]. Lastly,  declare the path under the plugins to instruct webpack where the system generate the css file [59-60].
  2. IMPORTANT: Add the required post-css loader and the path of postcss.config to run the tailwind[27-31].
  3. Tailwind doesn’t really recommend to use SCSS so if you want it for personal preference, you need to declare the SCSS as your loader. Note: scss-loader minimize your css files by default but you can adjust the outputStyles if you wanted to be expanded.

Note! I am assuming that you already installed webpack. If you don’t, check their documentation here or I suggest to watch the crash course Cole created for Webpack powered by FreeCodeCamp