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purgecss - Remove unused css

  •    Javascript

When you are building a website, chances are that you are using a css framework like Bootstrap, Materializecss, Foundation, etc... But you will only use a small set of the framework and a lot of unused css styles will be included. This is where Purgecss comes into play. Purgecss analyzes your content and your css files. Then it matches the selectors used in your files with the one in your content files. It removes unused selectors from your css, resulting in smaller css files.

laravel-mix-purgecss - Zero-config Purgecss for Laravel Mix

  •    Javascript

The Purgecss config is inspired by Jonathan Reinink's config for Tailwind CSS. Before you get started, make sure you're using laravel-mix version 2.1 or higher.

nuxt-bulma-slim - Nuxt

  •    Javascript

Nuxt.js module to automatically make a slim Bulma build of used features with Purgecss. Simply drop in this module and save precious kilobytes. Also gets rid of annoying warnings for you. This is an Array of glob paths. These paths can be absolute or relative to the Nuxt App srcDir option. The Array is passed to Purgecss' content option.

purgecss-webpack-plugin - Purgecss plugin for webpack

  •    Javascript

Webpack plugin to remove unused css. to filter out directories see the glob-all documentation here.

nuxt-purgecss - Drop superfluous CSS! A neat PurgeCSS wrappert for Nuxt.js

  •    Javascript

This settings should be a good foundation for a variety of projects. You can define every option either as function or as static value (primitives, objects, arrays, ...). if you use a function, the default value will be provided as the first argument.

gulp-purgecss - Gulp plugin for purgecss

  •    Javascript

This is just a simple gulp plugin, which means it's nothing more than a thin wrapper around purgecss. If it looks like you are having CSS related issues, please go to the purgecss repo. Only create a new issue if it looks like you're having a problem with the plugin itself. We use SemVer for versioning.

purgecss-with-wordpress - Purgecss with wordpress

  •    Javascript

Based on the gist made by @frnwtr, purgecss-with-wordpress is a set of templates for Wordpress CMS. You need to install purgecss first.

nextjs-starter - Starter app built with nextjs, reactjs, tailwindcss and docker image

  •    CSS

Next.js is a minimalistic React framework that runs in the browser and the server. It offers developers an easy way to get started, and as it uses React.js for templating it is also a straightforward way for developers with React experience to get productive fast. The advantages of this approach is to be able to create Rich User experiences in a uniform way, without compromising Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) factors that are key to good ranking on Google and other search engines.

tailwind-jekyll - A starter kit for using Tailwind with Jekyll

  •    Javascript

I used this starter for my personal blog. See the code here. Need your CSS in the <head>? Check out the internal style version of this starter kit.

sapper-postcss-template - A template that includes Sapper for Svelte and PostCSS preprocessing with Tailwind CSS

  •    Javascript

This is an extension to the official Sapper Rollup template with support for PostCSS inside Svelte components. You are also recommended to check out @nhristov's similar template. If you're looking for something with much, much more bundled in, check out my opinionated project base.

Eleventy-Starter-Boilerplate - 🚀 Eleventy Starter is production-ready with SEO-friendly for quickly starting a blog

  •    EJS

🚀 Eleventy Starter Boilerplate is production-ready with SEO-friendly for quickly starting a blog. ⚡️ Built with Eleventy, ESLint, Prettier, Webpack, PostCSS, Tailwind CSS and Netlify CMS (optional). Clone this project and use it to create your own Eleventy blog. You can check a Eleventy templates demo.

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