What is the difference between tailwind and normal css?

by darrion.kuhn , in category: HTML & CSS , 2 months ago

What is the difference between tailwind and normal css?

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by wilmer.lemke , 2 months ago


Tailwind CSS is a utility-first CSS framework that offers pre-built utility classes for styling elements without writing custom CSS. It focuses on rapidly building unique designs by composing utility classes together.

On the other hand, normal CSS involves writing custom CSS rules to style elements on a website. This typically involves writing specific styles for each element or component, which can be time-consuming and repetitive.

The main difference between Tailwind CSS and normal CSS is that Tailwind provides a set of pre-built utility classes that can be used to style elements directly in the HTML markup, while normal CSS requires writing custom styles in a separate CSS file. Tailwind CSS allows for faster development and prototyping, while normal CSS gives more control over the styling of individual elements.